The Terre Haute Housing Authority Resident & Community Services offers a variety of programs to promote and assist its residents in increasing their self-sufficiency skills. These programs provide training workshops and information on:
- Employment Opportunities
- Job Readiness Skills
- GED Classes
- Housekeeping Standards
- Housing Authority Policies for Residents
- Financial Management
- Establishing/Restoring Credit
- Homebuyer’s Workshop
- Nutritional Education
- Household Management
The ROSS Program
The purpose of the Resident Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency (ROSS) Program is to provide opportunities for families living in public housing to identify and work towards life goals. The ROSS program is the connection between the family and the appropriate supportive services necessary to achieve independence. The ROSS Service Coordinator assist participants in assessing strengths, needs and aspirations and developing short and long-term goals. ROSS brings together the family with the need and the agency providing the services.
The Resident Opportunity Self-Sufficiency (ROSS) Program of the Terre Haute Housing Authority is open to all residents of Garfield Towers, Dreiser Square and Morton Lewis Court and McMillan Square who have a goal of working toward self-sufficiency.