Resources for Adults
Reach out to our Resident Services team, Maria Calkins and Griselda Saucedo, for personalized service and assistance with community resources. (Contact info below)
We can help you with the following:
Assistance with school communications, tutoring, summer and afterschool programming for children
Referrals for basic needs (food, furniture, assistance with bills)
Mental and Behavioral health referrals
College and technical school applications, FAFSA assistance
Limited financial assistance for transportation, education, and childcare is available
Job search and job training. See our job/job training newsletter; CLICK HERE.
Resident Services will walk you through the one-on-one process of learning how to get a handle on your money, work on your credit, and set goals for budgeting and saving. There's never a better time than to learn how to manage your money. Make an appointment to learn how.
Learn how to get started with credit repair. For steps on how to get started, Click Here.
Childcare Parent Services (CAPS) offers low-income families subsidies to pay for quality childcare, afterschool, and summer program for children up to age 12 and for children up to 17 with special needs.
Where Do I Start for the CAPS Application?
1) To view if you are eligible, CLICK HERE.
2) If you are eligible, please have your documents ready to upload to your online application. CLICK HERE to see the required documents for the CAPS application.
See our event calendar for current events at the Melrose (MAC) and Harrison Square community centers
Join our community partners for helpful programs at our community centers
View a Mobile Version of this Calendar
To contact us:
Resident Services Director
770-530-1547 (Call or Text)