ROSS - Resident Opportunities and Self-Sufficiency
The Resident Opportunities Self-Sufficiency (ROSS) program is a public housing resident self-sufficiency program funded through HUD to assist residents with supportive services and service coordination. The purpose of the program is to work with our public housing residents to create individual work plans related to employment, education, and strategies to reduce and eliminate subsidy assistance.
Our ROSS Coordinator will work closely with you to develop work plans to help you meet your individual goals and connect you with local agencies and services that provide additional support services and resources you may need to achieve success. Our ROSS Coordinator will be able to provide assistance with job training and job interviews, while you participate in the program.
What is the ROSS program?
The Resident Opportunity Self-Sufficiency Program (ROSS) is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to encourage local, innovative strategies that link Public Housing (PH) residents with public and private resources to enable participating families to obtain economic independence and housing self-sufficiency. Our ROSS Coordinator is dedicated to advocating for you to receive the community support needed to live your best possible life.
What type of resources does the ROSS program provide?
ROSS provides referrals for resources on a variety of issues, including:
G.E.D./College Prep Leadership Development
Adult Computer Classes
Childcare Accessibility Resources
Social Security Benefits
Community Service Taxes
Employment Readiness Opportunities
How do I qualify?
Only Public Housing residents who are of working age (18-62) are eligible to participate through the Phenix City Housing Authority (PCHA).
Who should I contact to sign up?
Reach out to the ROSS Coordinator: Mrs. Keyshia Adams @ email@example.com