Family Self-Sufficiency Program
FSS is a program that helps low-income families reduces their dependence on welfare. In this program, the head of he household is provided with opportunities to get an education, job training, counseling and other types of social services while living in assisted housing. A free resource for residents.
If you receive rental assistance through DHC's Housing Choice Voucher – HCVP, you have access to free career planning, job training, family support services, and even owning your own home. It’s all part of the Detroit Housing Commission’s Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS)/Home-Ownership program.
Through various partnerships with community agencies, these free programs can help you to achieve:
- Improved education
- Better employment skills
- Higher income
- Become a Home-Owner
We can assist you with the tools you need to succeed. You have everything to gain and nothing to lose!
When you make a commitment to this program – and do your best to keep your commitment, your results can be very dramatic.
- Earn your GED
- Start College
- Upgrade your career plans
- Take a vocational training
- Get a job
- Buy a home
- Try a non-traditional career
- Start your own business
Just remember: with a little hard work, no goal is impossible. If you can dream it, you can do it!
Take the first step. Begin your program of career development and financial self-sufficiency now. To learn more, call 313-877-8169 or 313-877-8695.