Through our Resident Services, we offer programs to encourage our residents to become more self-sufficient, healthy, and financially independent. Our Resident Services Department is designed to improve the resident’s quality of life and build healthy communities. The Resident Services component makes supportive services and programs available to residents and promotes personal growth and family stability.
Resident Services collaborates with local service providers and other nonprofits to bring resources to our residents. These services are provided on-site or through a referral system. Our Resident Services programs focus on education, employment, youth, financial literacy, and health.
PCHA operates a voluntary FSS Program and HUD ROSS Program. These programs work with residents individually to help them identify their goals and develop an action plan to achieve them. Successful FSS graduates will receive an escrow account to help them buy a car, go to school, put a down payment on a house or an other self-sufficient purchase.