|Add Pictured here L to R: Community Services Director Clinton Johnson, Supportive Services Program Manager |
Deborah Miller and Community Services Planning Administrator Kareem Simpsoncaption
On Wednesday, January 30, CAA's Roosevelt Tansitional Housing Program was honored with the 2013 OACAA/John Glenn Institute Best Practice Award during OACAA's Winter Legislative Conference held at theSheraton Columbus at Capitol Square. The Roosevelt serves as a temprary home for families who are transitioning from homelessness to stable, self-sufficient lives. During the average 2-year stay, residents participate in a 16-week training program, receiving counseling on eliminating debt, utillizing available resources and developing a positive outlook on life.