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TRICO provides recycling services for paper, cardboard and newsprint, confidential document shredding, and compost. Through our Supported Employment groups we provide lawn care, horticulture and landscape services as well as custodial and commercial housekeeping services.

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Employment Services

Our Staff Members have, on average, over 16 years experience delivering professional and personalized services through TRICO. We provide:

  • Vocational Evaluation and Assessment

  • Pre-vocational Skills training

  • Transitions services and career exploration for students in conjunction with local schools and the Dickinson-Iron Intermediate School District

  • Rehabilitation plan development and work adjustment training

  • Supported Employment

  • Job Development and follow-along, including help with job readiness, job placement, and job retention

  • For employers: pre-screened workers and economic incentives

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Empower Persons With Disabilities!

Can you help support our programs?

Your donation helps:

*Teach marketable work skills

*Help students transition from   school-to-work

*Enable participants to maximize their potential

Please send your generous gift to:

TRICO Opportunities, Inc.

Attn: Maria Gardipee

610 North Hooper Street

Kingsford, MI 49802

Phone: (906)-774-5718

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The following are available upon request:

*Accessibility Plan

*Competency Plan

*Performance Improvement Plan

*Risk Management Plan

*Strategic Plan

*Technology Plan

WJMN TV 3 was here at TRICO recently and did a story on us for their Positively UP feature. Click below to view the video.


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Chris Hebert honored on Sept. 14, 2018, as part of MDDC's "Take Your Legislator to Work" Event  
TRICO Celebrates 50 Years: Open House, Business After Hours, and more
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Sawyer Gossel is just what NEPCO needs - Iron County Reporter article