Employment Services

Research has shown that gainful employment can help people boost their self-esteem, improve symptomology and connect with the community. As such, employment is one of the key Social Determinants of Health. Banner – University Family Care (B – UFC) is dedicated to ensuring members have the opportunity to explore their options through employment covered services.

Employment Resources

Whether it’s making a referral to Vocational Rehabilitation, providing resume and application assistance or job coaching, B – UFC providers are essential in members’ successful employment endeavors. From case managers to therapists, physicians to peer supports and employment specialists, all staff play an important role in encouraging and supporting members in pursuing employment.

B – UFC’s Employment Team is committed to ensuring providers have the training, tools and resources necessary to assist members in preparing for, obtaining and maintaining employment. Below are some helpful links to assist providers in this process.

Centers of Rehabilitative Excellence

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CORE Programs provide exceptional employment services to our members. They are selected based on their services and outcomes. These providers help members get jobs quickly. They focus their services on the whole person and go above and beyond!

Coyote TaskForce     
Joanna Keyl, Intake/Admissions Coordinator
(520) 884-5553

(602) 216-6344

La Frontera Center
Miranda Callahan-Gould, Clinical Coordinator of
Employment & Specialty Services
Office: (520) 258-5042
Cell: (520) 262-1727

Copa Health
Joy Mullins, Program Director
(480) 969-3800 x1335
Janey Durham, Vice President
(480) 969-3800 x278



Employment Resources

Please select one of the counties below to view employment resources.

Resources have been updated as of September 2019.