Danville Redevelopment & Housing Authority

Resident Opportunity Self-Sufficiency Program (ROSS)

The ROSS program is a beacon of hope, linking residents of public housing and housing funded through the Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act (NAHASDA) to supportive services and activities. It empowers them to make significant strides towards economic independence and housing self-sufficiency.

How It Works

1. Program linkages to community resources
2. Through case management, needs assessments, and referrals to community and web­ based services, ROSS Service Coordinators help each participant advance towards their goals.

GOALS of THE ROSS Program:
  • Make progress toward economic independence and housing self-sufficiency.
  • Reduce or eliminate the need for welfare assistance; and
  • Increase earned income.

For elderly (age 62+) participants and persons with disabilities, the ROSS program aims to:

  • Enhance the quality of life by connecting residents to services and activities.
  • Enable participants to age/remain in place and
  • Avoid more costly forms of care, such as nursing homes or other institutional facilities.

To get started with this program, contact:
Wonda Graves
ROSS Case Manager