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Family Self-Sufficiency

The purpose of the Family Self-Sufficiency program (FSS) is to offer an opportunity for families to access supportive services that will enhance their achievement of economic independence by providing training and housing. Enrolled participants are empowered to set goals that will increase ability to be self-sufficient and individual skillset.  

Services provided to families: 

  • Childcare 
  • Education Assistance 
  • Transportation Assistance 
  • Job Training and Preparation 
  • Employment Search 
  • Community Referrals 
  • Life Coaching 
  • Financial Education 
  • Workshop Participation 

How it works: 

  • FSS is a 5-year program 
  • Applicants must apply with the property manager at a FSS site 
  • Property Manager will notify a FSS team member of the applicants’ interest to enroll 
  • A FSS representative will contact the applicant to discuss program criteria, eligibility, and next steps 

How to Apply

Step One: Program applicants must apply at the site and meet property management background, criminal and credit criteria to live there, then their information is given to case management in client services.

Step Two: HCV participants must apply at 400 East Boulevard for the HCV FSS Program.

Step Three: Then they will receive notification if they’ve been accepted or denied for the program. If rejected, people may reapply when they meet qualifications.

Step Four: After enrolling in the program, they meet with case managers monthly to establish goals or quarterly as needed on site.

For more Information, please contact Child and Family Services Program Managers: 

Tiara Vinson or Robin Craig 

You can learn more about CORE by going to their website

Key Contacts

Robin Craig
Child & Family Services Program Manager

Tiara Vinson
Child & Family Services Program Manager