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  The Family Self-Sufficiency Program offers many opportunities for self-improvement and benefits for participants who enroll in any type of self-sufficiency activity. Classes, monthly workshops and other Family Self-Sufficiency activities are held at the Place for Families Computer Lab, 295 Wilmot Road, New Haven, (203) 498-8800, ext. 1616, Quinnipiac Terrace Computer Learning Lab, 2 John Williamson Drive, New Haven, CT, ext. 1673, or Monterey Place, 230 Ashmun Street, New Haven, CT, ext. 1670. Course offerings change from time to time, but the following are usually available. Call the center for an up-to-date listing of classes and services:  
 
  • Homeownership
  • Entrepreneurship & Support
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Intermediate Computer Skills
  • Basic Keyboarding
  • Open Computer Lab for Adults and Youth
  • Homework Help
  • Literacy Support
  • On-Site Library
  • Budget and Credit Repair
  • Housekeeping
  • Health and Wellness
  • Life Skills
  • Job Training/Employability
    • Pre-GED Preparation
    • GED Classes
    • Résumé Writing
    • Interview Skills
    • Appropriate Work Attire
    • Job Placement
    • Support After Employment
 
     
  In addition to support from staff, you will enjoy interaction with other participants, whose goals are similar to yours. In an atmosphere of encouragement and community, residents often assist one another throughout the learning process, contributing greatly to a successful outcome for all participants.  
     
  To find out more about the Family Self-Sufficiency program, please select a topic from our  
     
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Where are Learning Opportunity Classes Held? Computer lab
Am I Eligible?
What are Some of the Family Self-Sufficiency Programs?
How Do I Enroll in the Family Self-Sufficiency Program?
What are the Participation Requirements?
Who Should I See if I Have a Specific Problem?
Is My Progress Tracked?
If I Move, do I Need to Start my Program From the Beginning?
Where Can I Make Suggestions for Needed Services or Improvements?
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  You Can Succeed  
  The Family Self-Sufficiency Program has enjoyed many successes, including new homeownership for 22 participants since 2004, the achievement of certificates or degrees in higher education for some, the emergence of several entrepreneurs, and residents who have moved on from basic to intermediate skill levels.  
     
  HANH Family Self-Sufficiency Graduates  
  HANH Family Self-Sufficiency Graduates  
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