What is the ROSS Program?  


Overview & Purpose  

The ROSS program links residents of public housing to supportive services and activities, enabling them to make progress towards economic independence and housing self-sufficiency. 

Focus Areas 

  • Health and Wellness 
  • Financial Literacy 
  • Employment and Education 

Service Coordination can help you find: 

  • Employment Opportunities  
  • Job Trainings  
  • High School/GED Programs  
  • College Scholarships  
  • Local Child Care Listings  
  • Parenting Skills KIDS and  
  • Food Depot Vouchers  
  • Help with Finding Agencies  
  • Money Management  
  • Home Ownership  
  • And Much More 

Your Service Coordinator will:  

Your ROSS Coordinator will meet with you to complete an assessment to help you identify your individual or household needs and goals. Your RSC is available to help you create an “action plan” to identify and address training, education, counseling, and other supportive services. 

Make contact with you regularly to follow up with progress 

Connect you with the appropriate resources/services.  

Who is Eligible for ROSS?  

ROSS is open to all public housing residents.  

Meet your ROSS Coordinator!  

Photo of ROSS Coordinator Miguel Flores

Miguel Flores, ROSS Coordinator  



If you have any questions