Services, Programs & Classes:
Assistance & Support to Enable Economic Independence
The SUCCESS Project programs are specifically designed to assist low and moderate income families about how to break the cycle of poverty, unemployment, family instability, homelessness, involvement in the juvenile justice system, substance abuse and other at-risk behaviors.
An array of classes, activities and assistance are available including:
Classes and seminars for adults cover a variety of relevant topics such as: Financial Literacy; Health, Wellness and Nutrition; Home Ownership; Employment; Life Skills Training; Education ; Leadership; Personal Growth and more.
Classes are held at our facility and are FREE and open to the public. Registration is required. To enroll or to find out more information, call 410-939-2097.See upcoming classes
Personalized support is the foundation of every TSP service offered to individuals and families. Life coaches and participants work together to identify and set goals needed to improve life circumstances in a variety of areas. TSP is committed to becoming a long term support system to those we serve. Referrals are given to families needing concrete services such as permanent housing, eviction prevention, mental health counseling or utility support.
In addition to classes, TSP holds support groups to help participants gain the skills for coping with life's challenges, changes and relationships. Available groups change as needed and include Parenting and Empowerment Support Groups.
TSP's Youth Leadership Achievement Program provides age appropriate educational opportunities for youth ages 5-17. Much like the adult level classes, the youth programs include instruction in the areas of finances, health/nutrition, art/music, community and leadership, as well as STEM. We are proud to offer a nutritionally-balanced free supper to each enrolled child every Tuesday-Thursday on all days Harford County Public Schools are open for students.
The SUCCESS Pantry is open 1:00-3:00 pm every Tuesday (excluding federal holidays) and stocks a pantry of non-perishable foods, cleaning supplies and personal hygiene items for program participants as well as the community at large. Donations are always accepted! Download our flyer for a list of needs.
Jasmine Gutierez was born in the Bronx, NY but came to Maryland a couple of years ago in search of a better life for herself and her two children. As an orphan, she was raised in foster care and moved around a lot, so it is important to her to create a stable homelife for her kids.
Jasmine works as a dental assistant but would like to go further in that field and become a dental hygienist in order to provide even more for her family.