OIC of NEW LONDON COUNTY, INC.
Programs and Services
OIC of New London County, Inc,
hosts our Information & Application Sessions
Thursday at 9:30 am and 2:30 pm SHARP!!
Individuals are encouraged to attend one of the sessions to obtain a complete understanding of the services that we offer and to complete an application.
Referrals from agency providers are accepted, but application for service are only provided at Information & Application Sessions.
Test of Adult Basic Education is required for admission to all career training programs, testing is scheduled for applicants each week.
Applicants should be prepared to provide personal identifiable documentation. Click on the button below for more information.
OIC of New London County, Inc, provides its consumers with local and national certifications to assist them in obtaining their short and long term career goals. Check out our program offerings link for more information.
Certified Nursing Assistant
C.N.A Skills Refresher Class Caregiver/Companion Certification
CPR/First Aid Certificate
Culinary Arts Certificate
Adult Basic Education / ESL Tutoring
Introduction to Computers
Customer Service Certificate
Community Support Porgrmas
Project Employment ReEntry Services
Bureau of Rehabilitative Referal
OIC of New London County, Inc. provides access or referrals to other supportive services within the community.
Our organization houses a clothing closet for job seekers. The clothing closet is open Monday's & Friday's from 10:00 to 12:00.
Appointments can be made for the clothing closet by calling the front desk reception.
Stopping Domestic Violence:
Women's Anger Management Group
Men's Anger Management Group
OIC Alumni Association
Parent Leadership Training
US Citizenship Workshops
For more information regarding community resources, please click on the button below.
OIC of New London County, Inc. facilitates consumer goals to ensure the success of its students by assisting them in overcoming barriers that may preclude them from obtaining gainful employment. Our staff members are always available to provide information regarding transportation, childcare, food, and housing assistance.