ITO provides contract packaging and assembly work for many types of businesses in the tri-state area. We have an on-site workforce of over 200 people and 11 production lines within our 3 modern buildings spanning 85,000 square feet of temperature controlled work space. ITO has been in operation since 1959 providing excellent service to our many customers. We offer high quality output at competitive prices with market driven turn-arounds.
We can offer all types of services including: hand assembly, collation, bundling, shrink wrapping, POP display set-up, heat sealing, poly bagging, inserting, hand folding, sorting, boxing & packing, sealing, labeling and much more. Should you ever have a need for these types of services, then we would welcome an opportunity to quote and discuss your requirements with you.
The Inroads to Wellness program helps individuals make a game plan to recovery. Our goal is to promote each individuals recovery, focusing on independence and integration into the community at large.
Inroads to Wellness utilizes psychiatric consultation and individual counseling with experienced mental health counselors. Counselors work as a liaison between participants, parents and other departments including Employment and Ticket To Work.
Inroads offers a range of classes that promote mental health, wellness, and recreation. Classes are tailored by our counselors to suit the individual and their needs. We offer mental health recovery, medication education, illness management, safety, money management, problem solving and recreation.
Inroads to Wellness has a competent team of professionals, which includes a board a board certified psychiatrist, and a registered nurse who can address any medication need.
Want to learn more about our program?
Contact: Letty Esquivel: Director of Mental Health Services
908-241-7200 ext. 3028
Evaluation & Vocational Assessment
At Inroads To Opportunities we understand that each person is unique. A trained Vocational Evaluator assesses each individual through a variety of testing and career counseling, which allows us to determine if they are ready for supported employment.
W.A.T. (WORK ADJUSTMENT TRAINING)
Our 45 day training program focuses on vocational goals unique to each person. Inroads provides training to individuals in a variety of fields including (but not limited to) : Clerical, Cashier, Cafeteria, Shipping & Receiving, and Market Central (our general store on sight.)
At the end of Work Adjustment Training, individuals ready for community employment are assigned a job coach. Our employment staff prepares each person with a resume and coaches them on interviewing skills. Once placed in a job, we provide on-sight training to help each employers transition and we follow along with the individual for as long as they need our support.
A trained employment specialist works one on one with an individual to match their skills and interests with available community employment opportunities.
The Employment Specialist will support the job seeker throughout the job search, hiring process and on the job training, and will continue to maintain contact and offer supports for as long as necessary.
Job specialists work as a liaison between Mental Health, Vocational, Transition, and Assembly Services. Once an individual is assessed and expresses his/her interest in a particular job, we take the necessary steps to reach their employment goal.
Trainings Include (but not limited to):
Customer Service, Interview Skills, Resume Writing, Computer Skills, Workplace Safety, Cashier Training, Cash Handling and Math Skills, Sorting and Bagging Techniques and Job Search Skills.
Long Term Follow Along
Inroads builds relationships with both employers and workers to make the employment experience productive and rewarding for all parties.
We will continue to assist individuals throughout the longevity of their career, and work to help with any challenges they may face in the workplace.
Want to learn more about our employment services?
Contact: Harry Jones: Employment Supervisor
908-241-7200 ext. 3012
Trial Work Experience
TWE gives individuals with disabilities exposure to a variety of job tasks and environments. An adequate assessment will be made based on the persons interests and capabilities in regard to employment.
The purpose of Trial Work Experience is to gain understanding of an individuals abilities, capabilities and capacity to perform in a real work setting. A trained employment specialist will work one on one with the participant at the T.W.E. site.
T.W.E. is not used to determine as to whether an individual can work at a specific job or type of employment. The ultimate goal of this 3 month assessment is to determine a persons eligibility for DVRS.
Our unique hands on training course will prepare people with disabilities to work in a variety of cleaning environments. Hospitals, Office Buildings, Restaurants, Churches and homes are just some of the places in constant need of a skilled Janitorial staff.
Interested candidates must be reffered by DVR, Department of Labor or the NJ Education System for transition students.
Upon certificate completion, Inroads to Employment will be an option for those who would like to obtain a job placement through our agency.
Inroads to Opportunities offers a Serv Safe Food Handlers Certificate Program to individuals with disabilities. This 12 week course is comfortably paced with hands on learning experiences and traditional step by step course work.
Topics include: Food Safety, Personal Hygiene, Controlling Time & Temperature, Preventing Cross Contamination, Cleaning and Sanitizing.
Sponsored Individuals- Program participants must be referred by the following agencies: Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, Department of Labor or Department of Education. Upon certificate graduation, Inroads to Employment will be available for those interested in working with a job coach within our agency.
The Ticket to Work program connects individuals with disabilities who receive SSI/SSDI benefits with employment service providers (known as Employment Networks) to achieve individual work goals. With the help of Employment Networks, disability beneficiaries who receive SSI/SSDI can take the next step toward work while maintaining benefits and utilizing Work Incentives. The goal of the Ticket to Work program is self-sufficiency. The Inroads Employment staff is trained to help you develop an individual work plan and can assist you in searching for employment. We will support you every step of the way to finding full timeemployment that matches your skills, preferences and needs.
Contact Us Today To Learn More
Ticket To Work Specialist: Diane Roberts
908-241-7200 Ext. 3066
What is the Ticket to Work Program?
Inroads to Transition supports individuals between the ages of 16-21 who are still enrolled in their secondary school. Individual school systems utilize the Inroads program to personalize employment exploration for students. Staff will support students in the community by utilizing Inroads employer partners. Students are exposed to various employment settings through job shadowing internships and volunteer experiences. Once an employment goal is developed, experienced job developers look for a good employment match. Our job coaches then support the student through the hiring and training process. If needed, Inroads staff will support the student long term at the job site to make sure there is a successful transition to the competitive workforce.
Summer Transition Program
Inroads to Transition also provides a 6 week summer program for students just beginning their employment readiness journey. Our goal is to teach students about work opportunities through fun and interactive learning experiences. Students are taught the appropriate behaviors and performance expectations by sampling jobs in the community. Inroads challenges each student to pursue occupations that fit their skills interests and preferences.
Want to find out more information about our program?
Director of Vocational Services: Cyndy Walsh Rintzler