The goal of the FSS program is to assist low-income families achieve economic independence by utilizing community resources while living in assisted housing, so that they may obtain the education, employment, and social skills necessary to achieve self-sufficiency. Working diligently with the FSS Coordinator, the participants set long term goals and shorter, more obtainable goals to help them achieve the realization of economic self sufficiency.
- Current Section 8 HCV participants who are interested in the FSS program can check with their Eligibility Technician for information on how to enroll.
- See our Resource Center page for information about resources in your community.
- Read the most recent FSS Newsletter.
- Learn more about the policies of MPHA’s FSS program.