Resident Opportunity and Self-Sufficiency

The ROSS Program provides service coordination activities for public housing residents in an effort to promote self-sufficiency and daily living activities. Service Coordination Specialist are assigned to both LMHA family and elderly/disabled developments.  A strong service coordination program helps to foster the following:

  • Reduction in resident crisis situations
  • Increase earned income for residents through employment opportunities
  • Increase resident participation in education/training opportunities
  • Make progress toward achieving economic independence and housing self-sufficiency
  • In the case of elderly or disabled residents, help improve living conditions and enable residents to age-in-place.

For more information or to receive services, please contact the Service Coordination Specialist located at your site:

  • Flory/Richmar- (419) 246-3161
  • Vistula/ Spieker- (419) 259-9591
  • Ashley/McClinton Nun Elderly/Northern Heights- (419) 259-9482
  • Birmingham/Elmdale/Mercer/Ravine- (419) 246-3166
  • Port Lawrence/ McClinton Nun Family/Oak Grove Family- (419) 255-4875
  • Weiler Homes- (419) 254-4370
  • TenEyck/Harry Hansen/Collingwood Green- (419) 259-9590
  • Dorrell/Glendale/Oak Grove Elderly- (419) 259-9561