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Years 2015-16 - Thank you!

The Housing Counseling Plus Program (HCPP) helps low-income families and their children meet their move-in costs as they transition out of homelessness and thereby obtain stable permanent housing. We sincerely thank our generous funders of HCPP:

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The Driving Toward Success (DTS) program helps low-income working families – who have no mode of transportation of their own – obtain reconditioned used vehicles at a nominal cost. The DTS Program pays for the repair and inspection of vehicles from Vehicles for Change that refurbishes donated vehicles for sale to low-income individuals.

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Our Career Building Blocks (CBB) program provides employment and training-related counseling and services to low-income residents. The CBB program aims to improve participants' education and skill levels, helping them obtain employment that offers more livable wages, and ultimately leading them to self-sufficiency.


Saving for a Better Tomorrow Individual Development Account (IDA) Program.  Under this powerful asset building program, low-income participants establish savings accounts and over the course of two years have their deposits matched at a rate of 3:1 with IDA program funds that consist of federal and non-federal monies, for the purpose of purchasing a first home, starting a business or attending school.

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 Supportive Youth Housing Program (SYHP)provides intensive case management and short-term housing subsidies to ten (10) foster care youth aging out of the foster care system, empowering them to live independent and productive lives in the community.

   

 

 

 

 

 

 


Kids’ STEM Program

In collaboration with HOC we will bring STEM robotics activities to low-income youth living at subsidized housing communities.  Students, grades 3rd through 8th, attend two-hour sessions twice a week during after school hours.  These activities are conducted by Uplift DC, Inc., a local non-profit which exclusively teaches core STEM concepts and activities to at-risk, STEM deprived students in the National Capital Region.

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