Family Resident Services

Savin Rock Communities continuously works to expand the opportunities for our public housing families located at our Spring Heights complex. We have partnered with many different local organizations to bring our residents services they may not otherwise have access to.

ROSS Service Coordinator

Under the Resident Opportunities and Self Sufficiency Program for our families, we are able to provide services that help our residents become economically self-sufficient, by linking them with local organizations to further their education and job placement opportunities.

Resident Opportunities and Self Sufficiency Service Coordinator
Tyshawn Spinks: tspinks@savinrockcommunities.org
203-934-8671 Ext. 114 / 475-234-0333

Nutrition

Onsite food pantry for residents in need donated from local businesses, and Food baskets during the holidays

Case Management

Assess service needs and link public housing residents with supportive services, resident empowerment activities and assistance in becoming economically self-sufficient

Health Management

Facilitate access of programs and services such as Access CT Health and Husky, food stamps

Job Training & Education

Our onsite programs offer the opportunity to achieve greater economic security and improve literacy and job skills through:

  • Mobile classrooms for career services and computer training
  • Job fairs from American Job Center
  • Computer lab for resume building, job search, and online applications

Education

Link residents to higher learning such as GED, adult Ed programs and college courses.

After-School

Improving the educational performance of low-income children by linking them to the after-school programs and summer camp while assisting them with nutrition and other programs.

Finance

Educate residents on money management and financial goal planning

Nutrition

Onsite food pantry for residents in need donated from local businesses, and Food baskets during the holidays

Education

Link residents to higher learning such as GED, adult Ed programs and college courses.

Case Management

Assess service needs and link public housing residents with supportive services, resident empowerment activities and assistance in becoming economically self-sufficient

After-School

Improving the educational performance of low-income children by linking them to the after-school programs and summer camp while assisting them with nutrition and other programs.

Health Management

Facilitate access of programs and services such as Access CT Health and Husky, food stamps

Finance

Educate residents on money management and financial goal planning

Job Training & Education

Our onsite programs offer the opportunity to achieve greater economic security and improve literacy and job skills through:

  • Mobile classrooms for career services and computer training
  • Job fairs from American Job Center
  • Computer lab for resume building, job search, and online applications

Spring Heights After School Program and Summer Camp

The After School and Summer Camp Program provides a safe place for our Spring Heights children to go to while parents may be at school or work. Both programs are available for kids between the ages of 5-12 years old.

The after-school program is free for all West Haven public housing families.

The cost of the program is $90 for the first child and $45 for each additional child. This money is used towards field trips to the zoo, bowling, trampoline parks, etc. Breakfast and Lunch are provided for free during the summer through the city.

Registration for the 2020 Summer Camp Program will be posted next year!

After-School/Summer Camp Program Coordinator
Reginas Jones: rjones@savinrockcommunities.org
203-934-8671 Ext. 117 / 475-234-0333