In a year’s time, Sung Linder, 42, has worked his way from dishwasher to prep cook at Land’s End Resort. As a client of South Peninsula Behavioral Health Services, Linder’s employment search was supported by SPBHS’s IPS, Individual Placement and Support, program. (Photo by McKibben Jackinsky)

Employment support program helps behaviorial health clients find success

  • By McKibben Jackinsky
  • Wednesday, May 23, 2018 6:33pm
  • NewsBusiness
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