Family Self-Sufficiency Program
The housing choice voucher family self-sufficiency (FSS) program is administered by the city of Marietta.
The FSS program is a voluntary five-year program offered to the participants of the housing choice voucher program who are interested in improving their quality of life through skills training, education, self-development and money management.
Families seeking to gain and maintain employment meet with the FSS coordinator to discuss and plan strategies in obtaining goals. Families enter into a five-year contract to participate in activities and services that may include, but are not limited to, child care, transportation, education, job training and employment counseling, household skill training, budgeting and homeownership counseling.
FSS coordinator: 770-794-5707
Progress notes, obstacles and interest forms
These forms are used as a means of communication between the FSS coordinator and current participants of the family self-sufficiency program. Participants are required to submit these forms on a quarterly basis. Any forms returned will become part of the participant's file. The FSS coordinator will review forms and in many cases, contact the participant to discuss the content of the form. The participant may attach copies of certificates, diplomas, awards or any outstanding accomplishments. Any documents that support achieving or progression toward goals listed in the Individual training and service plan should be forwarded to the FSS coordinator.
Frequently asked questions