Resident Opportunity & Self Sufficiency (ROSS) program is designed to assist public housing residents in making progress towards economic self-sufficiency by establishing and reaching short-term goals. Self-sufficiency is achieved when residents are able to support their household by maintaining financial, housing, and personal/family stability. ROSS Service Coordinators provide a full range of case management services which includes intake, assessment, education, referrals to local service providers, and monitoring. ROSS Coordinators also coordinate educational and/or community events that promote self-sufficiency. Available supportive services include basic education courses, GED preparation and testing, tutoring, afterschool programs, computer skills, soft skills training, job training/placement, career planning, financial literacy, budgeting, and wellness programs.