Community Services is a small department with a big objective: To work with residents and the community—churches, schools, volunteers and other agencies—so our neighborhoods become the best they can be.
The Resident and Community Services Director, led by Gwendalyn Campbell, has a goal to provide services, classes, and one-on-one training, through community partnerships, for residents to be equipped to reach goals they may have never thought possible.
This Department also leads and coordinates several essential programs in the HAD community.
Resident Opportunities and Self-Sufficiency Program (ROSS)
Resident Services’ ROSS program, led by Madison Linville, provides assistance to enable disabled and elderly individuals stay in their homes and maintain their independence as long as possible. This program offers much needed supportive services, classes and trainings to equip residents to stay self-sufficient. For more information, call 859-319-0017.
HAD Food Pantry Program
Any Housing Authority of Danville resident can receive a box from Resident Services’ Food Pantry once a month. To qualify, call 859-324-5720 before the week of your development’s distribution and we will put your name on the list. If you are unable to pick up your box, our mobile food pantry will deliver to you. Distribution schedule is as follows:
- Fourth Monday of the Month: Crescent Drive, McIntyre Circle, Latimer Heights, W. Lexington Ave., Nichols Terrace, and Burckley Homes
- Fourth Tuesday of the Month: Bate-Wood Homes, Coyle Manor, and Linietta Homes
This program is made possible by generous donors and community donors. Volunteers are always needed to sort, box, and deliver. If you can help, please call Resident Services. The food box is available to all eligible recipients regardless of race, color, national origin, age, or gender.