Program And Property Services

Over this past year, the Tampa Housing Authority provided support services to our tenants such as assistance with employment, vocational training, outreach activities, credit/budgeting classes, and life skills.

Please note that as of January 6, 2020, the THA Homeownership Center has been closed.

Robles Park Village Preparing for Relocation

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2023 EFFORTS Application for Resident youth 16-19 years old.
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Community and Supportive Services (CSS) Case Management Program
Contact:  Rosa Hill – 813-341-9101 x2071 or
The Community and Supportive Services (CSS) Program Case Management program provides referrals and assistance to the former residents who lived at Central Park Village and current ENCORE residents, as part of the Encore Choice Neighborhood Initiative. The program is comprised of three phases, (1) Family Needs Assessments/Development of Case Plans, (2) Referral and Service Delivery, (3) Monitoring and Re-Assessments. This case management service offers specific programs that are designed, modified and tailored to fit the resident’s individual lifestyle. The program has now expanded to include the new West River redevelopment initiative, serving former residents of North Boulevard Homes and Mary McLeod Bethune Homes.
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Village Link Up
Contact:  Trinny Monroe – (813) 341-9101 x2140 or
Logo: Children's Board Following the thinking that "It takes a Village to raise a child", the Housing Authority has created the "Village Link Up" support program to provide supportive services, parent engagement learning opportunities, and interventions for at-risk elementary aged children and their families residing on the Robles Park Village public housing development. The "Village Link Up" program will provide parents and families with case management services, parent education, and supportive services. Village Link Up clients will also have access to existing THA programs that provide postsecondary education, employment services, early childhood education, child development services, and economic assets. "Village Link Up" is funded through a grant from the Children’s Board of Hillsborough County,
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ORCC Summer/After School Services Program
Contact:  Dewan Morgan – 813-341-9101 x2886 or
Logo: Department of Juvenile Justice The ORCC/ DJJ program is funded by Department of Juvenile Justice as of August 31st, 2017. This prevention program is for students between the ages of five (5) to seventeen (17) years old who have been identified as Potential at-risk youth. The purpose of the program is to prevent delinquency; divert children from the traditional juvenile justice system. The goal of the program is to take these youths that pose no real threat to public safety away from the juvenile system through programming that will support a safe environment and provide youth and their families’ positive alternative for delinquent behavior.
For additional information visit the ORCC page here: ORCC.
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Youth and Family Services
Contact:  Trinny Monroe - (813) 341-9101 x2140 or
The THA Youth and Family Servies (CINS/FINS) program has professional, degreed and caring counselors. This program provides counseling and case management services to work with the family unit, not just with the identified client. Youth and Family Services offers incentives for youth to encourage permanent change. Additional asisstance can be found by collaborating with over thirty (30) agencies to help meet family needs.
For additional information, or to make a referral, visit Youth and Family Services' page here: THA Youth and Family Services.
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Jobs Plus Initiative
Contact:  Keara Thompson – 813-341-9101 x2073 or
The Jobs Plus program is a 4-year grant provided by HUD to support job development, training, employment, supportive services, income incentives and community support for residents of the Robles Park Village development. The purpose of the Jobs Plus Initiative program is to develop job-driven approaches to increase earnings and advance employment outcomes through work readiness, employer linkages, job placement, educational advancement technology skills, and financial literacy for residents. Jobs Plus Initiative program addresses poverty among residents by incentivizing and enabling employment through income disregards for working families, and a set of services designed to support work including employer linkages, job placement and counseling, educational advancement, and financial counseling. The Jobs Plus Initiative program consists of three core components which include: employment- related services, financial incentives, and community support for workforce.
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Elderly Services Program
Contact:  Janice Damanze - 813-341-9101 x2200 or
The Elderly Services component of the Program and Property Services Department is designed to assist senior and disabled residents with their daily average living skills, social skills, clinical and health services. Elderly Services program staff is responsible primarily to provide activities to residents, who under normal circumstances are unable to participate in activities, arrange transportation for medical appointments, and assist with other social service needs. Our residents are on fixed incomes and through the Capital Fund Program, Volunteer Programs, and other donated fund programs, activities are provided annually to approximately 200 to 300 seniors who regularly participate.  
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Logo: YouthBuild
Contact:  John Arroyo - 813-341-9101 x2808 or
The THA YouthBuild Program is an initiative with the primary purpose of establishing employable job skills for at-risk and high school dropouts, ages 16-24. The Tampa Housing Authority is partnering with YouthBuild USA, which will assist in the administration of the Construction training of THA participants. The YouthBuild USA program is comprised of five (5) components: Leadership, Education, Case Management, Construction Training, and Career Development.

For additional information and information on applying, visit our page. City of Tampa Housing Authority YouthBuild.  
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Neighborhood Networks Center
Contact:  Cherrie Calloway - 813-341-9101 x2824 or
The Neighborhood Networks Center provides an after-school program activity for youth as well as, programs providing job preparation activities for adults and youth; these programs consist of the; After-school Tutorial Program, Summer Youth Program, Basic Computer Literacy Training, ABE/GED Classes, Basic Microsoft Office Instructions, Life Skills, Job Search, and Dress for Success. All programs are connected to the Tampa Bay Workforce Alliance Programs.  
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On-Site Case Management
Contact:  Janice Damanze - 813-341-9101 x2200 or
On-site Case Management services, referrals, relocation assistance and resources are provided to public housing residents daily. On-site case management specifically include Robles Park, Central Park Village and North Boulevard Homes. Programs and services include Job Training and Placement Programs, supportive services (child care, transportation, etc.) and frequent home visits that provide one-on-one case management services. 
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Job Development and Placement Program
Contact:  Shonta Abdullah - 813-341-9101 x2070, fax: 813-822-3702, or
The Job Development and Placement Program (JDPP) will provide direct services by partnering with a variety of community-based agencies, schools, and other non-profit organizations to provide employment training, education services, and job placement services to residents. Job/Service Fairs are provided to residents on a quarterly basis in order to make services accessible for residents and to assist residents with job search and support services  
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Johnson Control
Contact:  Janice Damanze – 813-341-9101 x2200 or
Tampa Housing Authority (THA) was awarded $50,000 grant for three (3) years by Johnson Controls to support the Sustainability Ambassadors Program. The program is a resident driven initiative to provide training and education on water and energy saving practices. Each year train the trainer energy patrol workshop is facilitated by National Energy Foundation. After the workshop, the ambassadors engage their fellow residents through workshops, one-on-one consumption audits, field trips, and linkages to job training opportunities. The Sustainability Ambassador Coach facilitates resident training, education and recruitment of sustainability ambassadors. 
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Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) Tampa Housing Authority Success Initiative (TSI)
Contact:  Janice Damanze - 813-341-9101 x2200 or
The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Tampa Housing Authority Success Initiative (TSI) is a three-year program. It will target youth ages 7-17 in our high-risk communities with prevention strategies to dissuade youth from joining gangs and promote positive development. TSI will focus on Positive Youth Development (PYD) activities through out-of-school time (OST) opportunities for youth ages 7-17 from Oaks at Riverview, Robles Park, Seminole Park, Moses White, C. Blythe Andrews, Scruggs Manor, Shimberg, and Arbors.
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City of Tampa Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Tampa Housing Authority (THA) Youth Success
Contact:  Janice Damanze - 813-341-9101 x2200 or
THA Youth Success is a structured afterschool and summer program. The program will provide reliable year-round care, educational support, arts and cultural activities, STEM activities, recreational activities, and positive youth development. THA Youth Success will focus on these enhanced Out-of-School Time (OST) opportunities for 100 youth from low-income properties at Oaks at Riverview, Robles Park, Seminole Park, Moses White, C. Blythe Andrews, and Arbors. Youth ages 5-17 (kindergarten through high school) are eligible to participate with a concentration on youth ages 6-12..
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Tax Credit Tools T3 Program Funded by Health and Human Services
Contact:  Keara Thompson – 813-341-9101 x2073 or
  • To determine the effects of a set of activities providing Earned Income Tax Credits (EITC).
  • To provide outreach and education in THA's housing and surrounding communities with high risk for Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
  • To increase receipt of EITC and change/reduce protective risk factors for ACEs.

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