Education Assistance


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 Sabrina Pacheco at (719) 481-4864, x 102 or

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