The Adult Education Program provides holistic academic instruction to individuals 18 years of age and older to ensure they have the education and skills required to achieve self-sufficiency and a higher standard of living. Throughout the program, we connect participants with workforce programs, financial education programs, and other resources uniquely suited to support their goals.
CFC’s newest endeavor, Workforce Skills Training, supports workforce development through partnerships with community-based organizations and local employers. Through this initiative, clients in the program are provided with an opportunity to earn three nationally-recognized industry credentials. Through our partnership with University of Houston’s Community Health Worker Initiative, we are also proud to offer Community Health Worker certification which allows participants to become non-medical public health workers who connect communities to health care and social service providers.