Evansville Housing Authority
The Evansville Housing Authority offers a number of services to our residents in an effort to improve the community in which we all live. Below you will find several resident services EHA offers.
EHA has a Boys & Girls Club on site at Fulton Square Apartments and a YMCA at John M. Caldwell Homes. Programs available for youths at these sites include: after-school programs, tutoring, computer classes, drug prevention programs, and summer feeding programs.
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EHA offers a number of programs and activities for residents. Some examples of our senior programs and activities include: shopping trips, wellness programs, knitting classes, and painting classes.
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The SISTA Project (Sisters Informing Sisters on the Topics of AIDS) is a two (2) day social skills training and intervention that has been endorsed by the Center for Disease Control as a science-based effective intervention for women aimed at reducing HIV sexual risk behavior.
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The purpose of the Public Housing FSS (PHFSS) program is to enable participating families to increase earned income and financial literacy, reduce or eliminate the need for welfare assistance, and make progress toward achieving economic independence and housing self-sufficiency.
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The purpose of the ROSS Service Coordinators Program (ROSS SC) is to coordinate supportive services and other activities designed to help EHA residents attain economic and housing self-sufficiency.
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