Measuring Program Success

FSS Program success is determined by:

  • The number of families enrolled
  • The number of families with increased earnings which result in escrow balances
  • The number of families that graduate successfully from the FSS program
  • The number of family members who, as a result of participation in the FSS program, completed their goals in the FSS contract, such as:
    • Achieve their first job
    • Obtain higher paying employment
    • No longer receive welfare benefits (cash assistance payments)
    • Gain a GED or High School Diploma
    • Complete job training or education program
    • Repair credit history
    • Gain money management skills
    • Learn to read
    • No longer need housing assistance
    • Purchase a home
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