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The Family Self-Sufficiency Program
The Family Self-Sufficiency Program (FSS) is an innovative, voluntary program that helps Housing Choice Voucher holders achieve economic independence over a five year period. Participants work with a case manager to assess their strengths, identify barriers, set goals, and help achieve them.
Who is eligible?
Housing Choice Voucher Program participants whose goals is economic independence are eligible to participate in the program. Once the head of the household signs an FSS contract of participation, all family members in the home who are 18 years or older are also eligible for services.
Benefits to you and your family:
Through the FSS Program, you can develop your job skills and gain the training needed to achieve economic independence. With a case manager as your advocate, you and other adult family members will access the resources you need to achieve short-term and long-term goals.
Queen Anne's County Housing Authority
107 North Liberty Street
PO Box 327
Centreville, Maryland 21617