Community Workforce Solutions Launches Clean Start Diaper Service and Offers Affordable Option for Eco-Conscious Parents
Community Workforce Solutions, Inc. (CWS), a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting individuals with disabilities or other barriers to employment, announces the launch of Clean Start Diaper Service with weekly home delivery and pickup of cloth diapers, which are made of sustainable and renewable 100% cotton. In-home customer consultations are also available to train parents-to-be on the use of cloth diapers as an environmentally friendly alternative. The new division offers an affordable, green alternative for Triangle parents. Clean Start Diaper Service offers cleaning and delivery of cloth diapers. The new service gives customers the opportunity to do something good for the environment and their baby, and it will also provide valuable training to CWS program participants as they prepare to transition into the workforce. “This is a win-win for the community and the individuals served by CWS because it fulfills a local need and enables us to provide training and directly transferrable skills to individuals with disabilities,” said Roger McGee, president and executive director of Community Workforce Solutions. “We are continuously searching for new ways to provide real-world training for adults with disabilities, and this model fits that description perfectly.“ Clean Start Diaper Service offers cleaning, delivery and pickup of cloth diapers at a fair price with a focus on quality and customer service. Clean Start Diaper Service provides OsoCozy® prefold cloth diapers. For more information about Clean Start Diaper service, which is a division of Community Workforce Solutions, visit http://www.cleanstartdiaper.com/. To request services, please contact us at 919-218-9430 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Community Workforce Solutions, Inc. is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of people, the success of business, and the quality of community life by matching the right person to the right job. Through job training and placement services, persons with disabilities or other barriers to employment are placed in productive positions and encouraged to meet their own vocational goals. For more information visit http://www.communityworkforcesolutions.com.