The ROSS Program is a program for Public Housing residents that operates through partnerships with numerous social services, corporations, private business, and non-profit organizations. The ROSS Program provides a diverse set of training and educational tools for families to become self-sufficient and move out of Public Housing.
The ROSS Program is designed to accommodate all residents living in Public Housing regardless of age, color, creed and race. The ROSS Program Coordinator and Service Providers (Partners) will be responsible for developing screening and selection criteria to assist eligible families to gain self-sufficiency.
The criteria for participation in the ROSS Program are as follows: