The Family Self-Sufficiency Program assists eligible families in becoming economically self-sufficient members of the community. The program provides the following services:

  • Educational assessment, academic remediation, and GED preparation.
  • Annual job fiar.
  • Self-esteem and assertiveness training.
  • Vocational assessment.
  • Employment and job search training.
  • Reimbursement for job related expenses.
  • Budgeting skills training.
  • Minor car repair assistance (limited).

Public/Private Partnership

Services to participants are provided by a variety of public and private organizations in the community.

Free Training Classes

Click here to view free classes available to all program participants, located in the Events Section.

Criteria for Eligibility

  • The applicant must be a participant in the Housing Choice Voucher program.
  • The participant must be the head of household.
  • The participant must have reliable transportation.
  • The participant must complete the Family Self-Sufficiency Orientation.
  • The participant must have a total family income at the time of application that does not exceed the "Low-Income" level of HUD Income Limits

Frequently Asked Questions

For More Information, Contact a Human Services Specialist:

Alora Reyes
Ph: 817-276-6737
Fax: 817-962-1202

Nickolas Gaffney
Ph: 817-276-6717
Fax: 817-962-1231