AdultFamilyPrograms

The Adult Education and Workforce Development program (AE&WD) is promotes self-empowerment, achievement and upward mobility among customers by connecting them to training and educational services. Services are designed to meet customers at their individual levels of need and then create pathways for them to achieve their employment and educational goals.

23
Aug
2022

Workable Budget Informational Session

08-23-2022 6:00 pm -7:30 pm
Virtual
Free

Program Name: Workable Budget Informational Session   Ages: 18 and Up / OPEN TO WAIT LIST

Facilitator: Shirley Benning, Financial Literacy Coach        Fee: Free

Days of the Week:  ☐Monday   ☒Tuesday   ☐Wednesday   ☐Thursday    ☐Friday

Start Date: 2/22/2022       End Date: 2/22/2022

Start Time: 6:00 P.M.         End Time: 730 P.M.

Location: VIRTUAL

Program Description: Creating a Realistic Household Budget

23
Aug
2022

Montgomery County Resource Information Session- Tuesday

08-23-2022 6:00 pm -7:30 pm
Free

Program Name: Montgomery County Resource Information Session   Ages: 18 and Up

Facilitator: Resident Counselor                                                             Fee: Free

Days of the Week:  ☐Monday   ☒Tuesday   ☐Wednesday   ☐Thursday    ☐Friday

Start Date: 7/26/2022       End Date: 7/26/2022

Start Time: 6:00 P.M.         End Time: 7:30 P.M.

Location: Service Coordination Virtual Resource Sharing

Program Description:  Need know how to find and navigate available resources? Resident Services will host monthly resource sharing sessions monthly.  This is an opportunity for participants to learn about available resources in Montgomery County and at HOC to include food resources, wellness, financial assistance resources for emergencies, employment, tuition assistance, etc.  The sessions are offered on the fourth Tuesday of each month in the evening and on the fourth Thursday during the day.  Staff will provide information on how to navigate services.  This will also provide a space for participants to inquire about their resource needs.  In addition, this will be an opportunity for participants to learn about the services offered by the Resident Services Division. Must register online to participate.  Registered participants will receive virtual instructions.        

25
Aug
2022

Montgomery County Resource Information Session-Thursday

08-25-2022 10:00 am -11:30 am
Free

Program Name: Montgomery County Resource Information Session Ages: 18 and Up

Facilitator: Resident Counselor                                                            Fee: Free

Days of the Week:  ☐Monday   ☐Tuesday   ☐Wednesday   ☒Thursday    ☐Friday

Start Date: 7/28/2022       End Date: 7/28/2022

Start Time: 10:00 A.M.       End Time: 11:30 A.M.

Location: Service Coordination Virtual Resource Sharing

Program Description:  Need to know how to find and navigate available resources? Resident Services will host monthly resource sharing sessions monthly.  This is an opportunity for participants to learn about available resources in Montgomery County and at HOC such as food resources, wellness, financial assistance resources for emergencies, employment, tuition assistance, etc. The sessions are offered on the fourth Tuesday of each month during in the evening and on the fourth Thursday during the day.  Staff will provide information on how to navigate services.  This will also provide a space for participants to inquire about their resource needs.  In addition, this will be an opportunity for participants to learn about the services offered by the Resident Services Division. Must register online to participate.  Registered participants will receive virtual instructions.        

13
Sep
2022

Financial Literacy Budget and Credit Repair Informational Sessions

09-13-2022 6:00 pm -7:30 pm
Virtual
Free

Program Name: CREDIT Repair Informational Session      Ages: 18 and Up / OPEN TO WAIT LIST

Facilitator: Shirley Benning, Financial Literacy Coach        Fee: Free

Days of the Week:  ☐Monday   ☒Tuesday   ☐Wednesday   ☐Thursday    ☐Friday

Start Date: 2/8/2022           End Date: 2/8/2022

Start Time: 6:00 P.M.         End Time: 7:30 P.M.

Location: VIRTUAL

Program Description: Financial LITERACY /Pulling your Credit  History

21
Sep
2022

CSC22-001-HOUSING FUNDAMENTALS-Wednesday

09-21-2022 6:00 pm -7:30 pm
Virtual
Free

CODE CSC22-001 Virtual    

Program Name: HOUSING FUNDAMENTALS       Ages: 18 and Up

Facilitator: Resident Counselor                               Fee: Free

Days of the Week:  ☐Monday   ☐Tuesday   ☒Wednesday   ☐Thursday    ☐Friday

Start Date: 7/20/2022       End Date: 7/20/2022

Start Time: 6:00 P.M.         End Time: 7:30 P.M.

Location: Service Coordination Virtual Workshop

Program Description: Everyone needs safe, decent and stable housing. This interactive workshop focuses on the agency’s mission in keeping residents housed in the various housing programs that the Housing Opportunities Commission has to offer.  The workshop attempts to empower participants with information that will assist them in being successful with housing.  The workshop combines effective strategies and information on available resources that can help a resident to successfully maintain his/her housing. Participants will develop a better understanding of his/her housing program and guidelines and the rights and responsibilities outlined in a lease.  Must register online to participate.  Registered participants will receive virtual instructions.       

22
Sep
2022

CSC22-002-HOUSING FUNDAMENTALS-Thursday

09-22-2022 10:00 am -11:30 am
Virtual
Free

CODE CSC22-002 Virtual

Program Name: HOUSING FUNDAMENTALS  Ages: 18 and Up

Facilitator: Resident Counselor                          Fee: Free

Days of the Week:  ☐Monday   ☐Tuesday   ☐Wednesday   ☒Thursday    ☐Friday

Start Date: 7/21/2022         End Date: 7/21/2022

Start Time: 10:00 A.M.       End Time: 11:30 A.M.

Location: Service Coordination Virtual Workshop

Program Description: Everyone needs safe, decent and stable housing. This interactive workshop focuses on the agency’s mission in keeping residents housed in the various housing programs that the Housing Opportunities Commission has to offer.  The workshop attempts to empower participants with information that will assist them in being successful with housing.  The workshop combines effective strategies and information on available resources that can help a resident to successfully maintain his/her housing. Participants will develop a better understanding of his/her housing program and guidelines and the rights and responsibilities outlined in a lease. Must register online to participate.  Registered participants will receive virtual instructions.