CMHA partners with various community agencies and non-profit organizations to provide programs and activities to help residents, both youth and adult, achieve self sufficiency goals. Residents can participate in programs that range from job training, health & financial literacy, youth & adult education, and home ownership. These programs are designed to help residents develop skills and secure tools that will reduce or eliminate the need for government assistance.
CMHA also offers self sufficiency initiatives in both Low Income Public Housing and the Housing Choice Voucher Programs, where participants gain job readiness skills, work experience, and networking opportunities.
Coordinators provide case management and supportive services to help residents eliminate barriers that may prevent them from achieving their goals.
Residents have access to and can receive assistance with:
- Computer labs
- Resume' building
- Employment training and assistance
- Scholarship information
- Career planning