FSS is a HUD based initiative within the Resident Opportunities Self Sufficiency (ROSS) Program that encourages communities to develop local strategies to help families obtain employment. Employment helps families achieve economic independence and self sufficiency. Learn more about how to get an escrow account and begin building a foundation to achieve your dreams today.
FSS programs referrals may include, but are not limited to:
- Child care
- GED Classes
- College preparation assistance
- Job training and employment counseling
- Substance/alcohol abuse treatment or counseling
- Household skill training
- Homeownership counseling
- Budgeting classes
- Personal empowerment
To begin, contact Anya Morrison at 704-761-4755 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Resident Opportunities Self Sufficiency (ROSS) Program
The Resident Opportunities Self Sufficiency (ROSS) Program provides an array of services to residents of Statesville Housing Authority. The program provides educational and employment placement, financial education, personal development programs, counseling, homeownership assistance, and much more. Residents are referred to partners in Iredell County to help facilitate positive goal achievement. The program is open to all Statesville Housing Authority residents. Services are also provided to elderly & disabled residents who desire opportunities to improve their quality of life.
The ROSS Program can help make your dreams come true! For more information contact Anya Morrison at 704-761-4755 or via email at email@example.com.