Family Self-Sufficiency - FSS
Some services are provided by the trained staff of the FSS Program. The FSS Staff will assess the needs of the participants, develop short and long term goal plans, help participants create resumes, improve their employability, provide referrals to community agencies for necessary services, and establish escrow accounts.
Program Coordinating Committee
Other services are provided through our Links to community agencies through the Program Coordinating Committee (PCC). The PCC is comprised of individuals from the community, representatives from local agencies, and employees of government service agencies, THA reps, and FSS participants.
How do I become a participant in the FSS Program?
The first step is to attend an FSS Program Orientation.
Orientation is only held a few times each year, so it is important for you to attend one as soon as possible.
After the Orientation, you must attend an FSS Interview. You will be notified by mail if you have been accepted into the FSS Program.
Once you sign the FSS Contract of Participation, you will begin the journey to economic independence.
For more information, call Michael Torres at 850-385-6126, choose option #3.