One-Stops Career Centers (One-Stops) were established under the federal Workforce Investment Act to provide a full range of job seeker assistance under one roof. One-Stops are located at a variety of locations in each state, with more than 3,200 centers across the country. More than 13 million people per year use the One-Stop system. Many of these are people with disabilities.
Hoff, David, "Tools for Inclusion: Disclosure of Disability Information at a One-Stop Career Center: Tips and Guidelines" (2009). Tools for Inclusion Series, Institute for Community Inclusion. Paper 2.