What types of services should Service Coordinators consider?
Service Coordinators should link program participants to services that address the needs identified during intake and assessment. These services should also help residents achieve the goals they have outlined for themselves. Illustrative examples of these services are listed below. This is not an exhaustive list, and Service Coordinators should be mindful of their residents’ additional needs and the available community resources that can meet those needs.
Service Coordinators should also consult the current NOFA for a list of any mandatory services to be coordinated and further examples for consideration.
Service Coordinators can also organize programming and/or special events in order for ROSS program participants to share their successes and challenges with other residents and ROSS participants. For example, Service Coordinators may convene support networks for participants working towards similar goals, or hold events to celebrate participants’ progress and achievements.