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- Pre & Post Occupancy Program
Pre & Post Occupancy Program (POP) is an initiative developed to increase resident- compliance regarding: the HABC lease, community service requirement, unit upkeep and maintenance, as well as, educate/inform residents of self sufficiency programs and support services available to them in Baltimore City. Who is eligible? Public Housing Residents: New public housing
- Apprenticeship and Customized Training (ACT)
The Apprenticeship and Customized Training program offers residents unique opportunities at starting new careers through training and job placement. Who is eligible? Residents of Baltimore Public and Housing Choice Voucher Program holders. What are the benefits? Residents receive training specific to future job requirements and often receive instruction while
- Digital Access Loan Fund Program
Baltimore Housing, in partnership with One Economy is offering low-income public housing residents the opportunity to explore the world of modern technology with bringing computers into their homes. Who is eligible? Residents of Baltimore Public, Rehabilitated Housing and Choice Voucher program Holders. What are the benefits? The Digital Access Loan Fund Program
- Service Coordination
The Service Coordination Program is for the provision of a Service Coordinator to coordinate supportive services and other activities designed to help Public Housing residents attain economic and housing self-sufficiency. Services are available in the Brentwood, Brooklyn, Cherry Hill, Douglass, Perkins, Gilmor, Latrobe, Westport, Allendale, J. Van Story Branch Senior Apartments, Lakeview Towers, Monument East, O'Donnell Heights and
- Beautification Project
In an effort to beautify developments and promote community involvement, the Office of Resident Services established the HABC Beautification Project. This project offers residents at each site an opportunity to participate in a project that will help maintain their community and promote a sense of pride and ownership. Who is eligible? Residents of Baltimore Public and Rehabilitated
- Douglass Homes Learning Lab
The Douglass Homes Learning lab is a Baltimore Housing resident-run program that offers job readiness counseling, resume writing and introductory computer instruction. Who is eligible? Residents of Baltimore Public and Housing Choice Voucher Program. What are the benefits? In addition to educational growth, participants have opportunities to gain skills that are critical to
- Building Communities Initiative (BCI)
The primary goal/function of the Building Communities Initiative is to foster positive interactions and the development of healthy relationships between the elderly and non-elderly residents in HABC's mixed population developments through the formation of community boards within each building. Who is eligible? Elderly and non-elderly residents residing in HABC mixed population buildings.
- Neighborhood Network Centers (NNC)
The Neighborhood Network Centers expand educational opportunities and promote economic self-sufficiency by offering a full range of Internet-based technical, educational and job training services for public housing residents. Located on various public housing developments, the Centers offer access to e-mail, computer-based job search, life-skills and job readiness training for adults and after school homework
- LIGHT Program
The LIGHT Program believes that residents' health and well-being depend on multiple factors which no one Baltimore City agency or outside organization is able to address on its own. To help Baltimore City residents become more self-sufficient, safer, more stable and healthier in their homes, LIGHT assists residents in obtaining a variety of no- and low-cost services,
- Career Advancement Solutions
Career Advancement Solutions (CAS) provides job search and job placement assistance to individuals transitioning into the work world. Activities such as intake, orientation, career readiness, and counseling assist individuals in reaching the goal of self-sufficiency through employment. The program supports the mandatory work activity required for customers receiving Temporary Cash Assistance. Who is
- Digital Connectors Youth Training
The Digital Connectors program is a youth computer-training program that includes mentoring and leadership. The program is open to public housing youth ages 14 - 21 years old who are interested in technology and making a difference in the community. Classes are held for two hours a day twice a week at different public housing Neighborhood Network Centers throughout the city. Who is eligible?
- Youth Leadership Clubs
Baltimore Housings Youth Clubs provide public housing youth with an opportunity to develop leadership, advocacy, outreach and communication skills as well as professional and social development and civic involvement Who is eligible? Baltimore Public and Rehabilitated Housing and Housing Choice Voucher Program youth ages 8 through 18. What are the benefits? The youth club
- Grants and Resource Development
The mission of the Office of Resident Services' Grants and Resource Development Unit is to provide and maintain resources at a level sufficient to accomplish and further the mission, goals and objectives of the Office of Resident Services and Resident Services Incorporated. As such, it is charged with the task of identifying and securing resources to support the varied activities of the Office of Resident Services.
- Meet Our Staff
Associate Deputy Director of Engineering & Capital Improvements; Construction Services; and Facilities Management Charles M. Aquavella 443-984-1790 Charles M. Aquavella is both a registered architect and planner with a Masters in Urban Design from Pratt Institute. He has over 25 years experience in the fields of architecture, construction, development and real estate. Mr. Aquavella has won several design awards; has been the principal
- Fair Housing - Reasonable Accommodations Policy
It is the policy of HABC to provide reasonable accommodations for applicants, participants in the voucher program and residents where a reasonable accommodation is needed to address a disability in order to provide equal access to HABC's housing and related services. HABC provides quality affordable housing to low and moderate income persons regardless of their disability status. This Guide summarizes HABC's Reasonable Accommodation Policy (the