Education Assistance

School Supplies – Sign up for help!

Sign-ups for the School Supply Program will be July 6 through August 7.

You MUST update with your Case Manager BEFORE you sign up. Make an appointment with Paula (719-481-4864, ext 112) or Annette (719-481-4864, ext 102) so you are ready!

The School Supply Program provides supplies for District 38 and Home School families.

District 20 schools will not accept supplies from TLC. Contact your school counselor for information on receiving financial aid.

Post-Secondary Education Scholarship Program

Financial assistance is available for post-secondary education. Clients must meet the eligibility requirements in order to qualify for assistance.

The Post-Secondary Education Program (PSEP) helps clients meet educational goals that could lead to a job and in many cases a career. PSEP can help a single mom go back to school, the underemployed seek education or training to get a better job, or the high school graduate with a dream, but not the resources to make it come true accomplish their goal.


GED Program

Financial assistance is available for GED training and testing. Clients can meet with a Case Manager to receive contact information for agencies offering the training and GED testing.

When unemployment grows, those without a High School diploma suffer most. The GED test is a chance to earn a high-school level diploma, but more than that, it opens doors to the higher education that’s so valuable in today’s job market.


If you have any questions regarding post-secondary education or GED assistance, please contact one of our Case Managers based on your last name:

Last Name, A-L: Contact Annette Craft at (719) 481-4864, x 102 or

Last Name, M-Z: Contact Paula Blair at (719) 481-4864, x 112 or