Roosevelt Housing Program Wins Best Practice Award

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.