The Health Profession Opportunity Grants (HPOG) team hosted a Carryover Webinar for HPOG program directors on December 14, 2016. During this webinar, Kim Stupica-Dobbs, OFA Program Manager for HPOG, discussed the requirements of carryover requests, submission timelines, and answered questions with current HPOG grantees.
In November 2013, Catrina came to the Southland Health Care Forum (SHCF), a Health Profession Opportunity Grants (HPOG) program funded by the Office of Family Assistance, after experiencing a number of set-backs in her life. Her contentious divorce just finalized, she was in danger of losing her home and had not worked in four years. Catrina faced the daunting task of rebuilding her life and becoming self-sufficient.
The Buffalo and Erie County Workforce Development Consortium Inc.’s HPOG Buffalo programVisit disclaimer page offers training for high-demand healthcare occupations to Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) recipients and low-income adults.
To provide the tools needed for long-term self-sufficiency, Action for a Better Community Inc., (ABC) offers supportive services that focus on helping participants achieve the minimum reading and math proficiencies necessary to pass state level healthcare exams.
For some families with small children, this means compromising on education that could lead to a promising career. To this end, CAP Tulsa is looking to break the cycle of poverty by enriching the entire family with its “2Generation approach” strategy.
CAP Tulsa’s Career Advance programVisit disclaimer page , a “2Generation” peer-cohort approach to workforce development funded by the Health Profession Opportunity Grants program, helps adults gain certifications in the healthcare field while building a strong foundation at home. The program aims to provide the tools to sustain an income above the poverty line. It connects children and parents to high-quality services. It also creates a legacy of economic security that passes from one generation to the next.