upcoming programs

Program Title: COVID-19 SHOHD (Sudden Head of Household Death) Transitional Support and Bereavement Counseling

 

Area of concern: As of November 24,2020, there has been 202,289 reported cases of COVID-19 in Colorado, 12,526 hospitalizations, and 2,456 COVID-19 related deaths (these statistics are updated hourly at www.covid19.colorado.gov). Some families have not only lost a love one(s) due to the virus, but they also suffered the loss of primary household income. No Cap Inc must intervene by allocating resources for these families to prevent further emotional distress and financial hardship.

  • Supplemental Income: Financial recovery package described under the RUFE program.

  • Housing Placement

  • Bereavement Counseling

  • Workforce training

  • Job Placement

  • Day Care Assistance

  • Transportation assistance

Target Market: Any spouse, child, or domesticated partner that has lost a family member due to COVID-19 and that family was the primary financial institution in the household.

Example: A domestic housewife who lost her husband due to COVID-19. A young adult (ages 17-21) that was in a one parent household who lost their parent due to the virus and the household expenses are suddenly their burden.

Program Title: RUFE (Rent, Utility, Food, Expense) Boost

 

Area of Concern: As of November 2020 The unemployment rate in Colorado has increased by 3.9% since October 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic which has displaced many Coloradan workers leaving them with bills and other household essential needs they are unable to financially handle. These expense include rent, utilities, food, and other household and personal needs. This program is necessary to prevent homeless and hunger in the state of Colorado. When an individual loses their source of primary income the financial devastation is like a domino effect. That is why No Cap Inc must provide resources that enable these household to have a chance to financially recover. These resources will include: 

  • Rental assistance

  • Utility assistance (gas, electric, and water)

  • Food

  • Expenses: gas vouchers, bus fare, car insurance, phone bill, prescription medication(s), cleaning supplies, hygiene products and other basic toiletries, COVID-19 test fees. Other miscellaneous expenses will be considered under special circumstances.

 

 

Program Title: One Step at A Time (OSAT)

 

Area of concern: African American and Latino males and females between the ages of 19-32 do not have access to adequate careers that can contribute to this demographic sustaining a middle-class standard of living because they are under-skilled, untrained, underfinanced, undereducated, and overlooked in the work force. They go through hurtles to obtain simple things such as birth certificates, and social security cards due to racial bias which are vital tools needed to be successful in the workforce. Resource Connect Colorado Springs will design a program that eliminates the disadvantages young men and women of color are exposed to on a daily basis by helping the clients develop a socioeconomic status that resembles their counterparts in order to have an almost even playing field when they apply for careers that are sufficient enough to maintain a middle to upper-class lifestyle

 

Resolution: The goal with each client will be to eliminate any obstacles that may hinder their ability to be successful. The “One Step at a Time” program will offer the services as listed (with different variations and or limitations per client): birth certificate fee retrieval, social security card retrieval, driver license fee support, resume building, job placement, credit repair/ debt consolidation referral and fee support, referrals for technical training, communication support (cell phone), licensing fees for potential career, and much more. During the intake process clients will fill out information on an application to help determine what services he/she may need to help them on the road to success. Once the determination has been made we will design a specific success map for each client, prioritizing one step at a time.

Program Title: OSAT Extension

 

Area of concern: The COVID-19 pandemic has hindered many Americans financially by the loss of jobs and schools closing down.

 

 

Resolution: No Cap Inc will be there to help families in need who are trying to recover from the devastating financial impact the COVID_19 pandemic has caused. We will assist families with rental fees for their home or apartment, utility expenses, move in cost for families displaced due to COVID-19, medical bills (restrictions apply), dental bills, car insurance, interview clothing for job interviews, homeschool accessories such as laptops or basic school supplies, and many more. No Cap Inc will hear each individual case and assess accordingly while distributing funds that will make a substantial impact for each household.

The “One Step at a Time” program will offer the services as listed (with different variations and or limitations per client): birth certificate fee retrieval, social security card retrieval, driver license fee support, resume building, job placement, credit repair/ debt consolidation referral and fee support, referrals for technical training, communication support (cell phone), licensing fees for potential career, and much more. During the intake process clients will fill out information on an application to help determine what services he/she may need to help them on the road to success. Once the determination has been made we will design a specific success map for each client, prioritizing one step at a time. Also, We will assist families with rental fees for their home or apartment, utility expenses, move in cost for families displaced due to COVID-19, medical bills (restrictions apply), dental bills, car insurance, interview clothing for job interviews, homeschool accessories such as laptops or basic school supplies, and many more. No Cap Inc will hear each individual case and assess accordingly while distributing funds that will make a substantial impact for each household. The target market will be African American and Latino  males and females between the ages of 17-32.However we will service anyone that is in need of our help.