IPS Works Alabama is establishing two Individual Placement and Support (IPS) Works teams to serve Jefferson and Tuscaloosa counties' existing Community Mental Health Centers, creating their capacity to offer supported employment evidenced based practices and building the necessary staffing to meet the fidelity of an Evidenced Based Practice (EBP) IPS Team. The project goals and measurable objectives are as follows: Goal 1: Improve vocational assessment and competitive employment outcomes for adults (18+) with SMI and/or COD, with the following three objectives: (a) 80% of enrolled individuals will have first contact with an employer within 30 days of enrollment; (b) 70% of enrolled individuals will gain competitive employment each year; and (c) 60% of supported employment participants will obtain and remain competitive employment for 90 days. Goal 2: Increase the capacity to implement and sustain integrated support in Alabama for adults with SMI and/or COD through outreach, training, and community education, with the following two objectives: (a) Over the five-year grant period, 500 people in the mental health and related workforce will be trained in IPS Works; and (b) Over the five-year grant period, 100 employers will be outreached to receive education regarding the IPS Works model and ways to support individuals with SMI and/or COD. Goal 3: Promote housing stability among adults with SMI and/or COD, with the following two objectives: (a) 100% of consumers who present with housing needs will be provided and offered resources to identify stable housing; and (b) 70% without stable housing up admission will have obtained stable housing at discharge. The unduplicated number of individuals who be served in Year 1 (60), Year 2 (60), Year 3 (60), Year 4 (60), and Year 5 (60) for a total of 300 over the five-year project period.