Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS)
The Family Self-Sufficiency Program was created by HUD for low-income families and individuals of Public Housing or the Housing Choice Voucher Program. It was designed to assist residents with setting goals and developing a plan to achieve economic independence by linking locally available resources and supportive services necessary to overcome obstacles preventing self-sufficiency to FSS program participants.
The Family Self-Sufficiency Program encompasses a case management component that works to provide comprehensive services to residents who seek to:
- Find Employment
- Increase their Income
- Complete their Education
- Become better at managing their finances and build financial capability
- Acquire Assets such as a home, savings account, small business, or vehicle
Who Can Participate?
Participants must be:
- 18 years of age or older
- Committed to a plan leading to self-sufficiency
- Eager to create a new legacy for their household
- Ready for change and future success
FSS Information Request Form
If you are interested in learning more about the Family Self-Sufficiency Program, please complete and submit the following form: