Learning for better living programs Adult classes offered in hourly increments over a range of subjects, including financial management, computer skills, parenting and English as a Second Language. These classes were determined based on a community interest survey collected during our food Bank distribution that serve 950 individual, and the community needs assessment
ROICH offers a range of services to the community also known as a One Stop Centers, including job placement and training, bridging gaps in service faced by elderly clients, youth and family services, health outreach and education, and community-based economic development initiatives
DAPD is a program that is in direct response to the growing number of young people that are either falling through the cracks at school or are already entangled with the juvenile court system. The goal of the program is to identify youths who are going to have a turbulent transition to adulthood and offer positive support system to avoid the pitfalls that can derail their lives.