What’s Your

Come-Up Plan?

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Get the Tools to Fuel Your Clients Self-Sufficiency Journey


Outsource to the Pros Who Know!

We get it! Residents wont move unless they reduce their risk of becoming financially independent. Sadly, when they take one step forward, they're pushed five steps backwards. This makes them feel frustrated with the system and prevents them from moving forward. 

Not anymore!

Our team of coaches have literaly walked miles in your clients shoes, but learned pivotal loopholes (legal) necessary to escape the Welfare Trap!  We teach families how they keep their benefits while slowly growing themselves out of poverty!

“It is better to be prepared for an opportunity and not have one than to have an opportunity and not be prepared.”

- Whitney Young

Reduce Your Risk of Economic Failure


CIL’s ROSS program jump-starts residents on their path to self-sufficiency. Through easy assessments and intake processes, residents get the help they need without going through long, complicated, and pain-staking application processes.

ROSS Work Readiness & Life Skills

This program provides residents who are unsure of how their gifts and talents fit into a rewarding and fulfilling career.

Students will learn:

  • Self-Identity & Confidence
  • Occupations that match their innate skills and abilities
  • Training & Education Pathways
  • Systems Navigation
  • Life Coaching
  • Financial Coaching
  • Mental Health
  • Come-Up Action Plan
  • Community referrals and Support

How much does ROSS cost?

Agencies pay for your participation in our ROSS Workforce Development Program.  Please check with your local housing authority, or agency to see if they participate in one of our resident services support membership packages. The ROSS application fee is "a dollar and a dream".

Who is eligible for the program?

ROSS program participants must be at least 18 years of age, with access to a laptop or personal computer, and high-speed internet or wi-fi connection.

Let's Get Started

Apply today and get a jump-starts on your path to self-sufficiency

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