The UMHA is currently operates three Neighborhood Networks Centers (Computer Centers) for our Gillmore Village, Perretta Twin Towers, and Adrean Terrace/N.D. Peters Manor/Matt developments. Each center offers computer applications skills training and open access to computer technology as well as provides related life skills, job readiness, individual computer ownership and supportive services to participants. We also provide computerized instruction in basic skills, English as a Second Language and the GED for out-of-school and adults, and provide related life skills, job readiness, and supportive services to participants. After-school tutoring and youth development programs are also offered. Services are designed to help residents transition from welfare to work, assist school age youth to successfully complete high school and enter post-secondary education programs, and help connect residents to community services.
For more information, please contact David Zogby at 734-0183.