Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority Awarded HUD Family Self-Sufficiency Program Grant

Date Published: 
March 10th, 2021

CLPHA congratulates the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority upon receiving a $246,468 grant from HUD’s Family Self-Sufficiency Program!

HUD’s Family Self -Sufficiency (FSS) Program funding helps local public housing authorities to hire Service Coordinators who work directly with residents to connect them with existing programs and services in the local community. These Service Coordinators build relationships with networks of local service providers, who provide direct assistance to FSS participants. The broad spectrum of services made possible through FSS enables participating families to find jobs, increase earned income, and access opportunities to improve their long-term economic well-being.

HUD awarded over $1.5 million in FSS grants to 13 PHAs, including CMHA. We look forward to seeing how CMHA uses this funding award to increase economic and career opportunities for their residents! 

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