The Family Investment Centers Program provides families living in public housing with better access to educational and employment opportunities by:
(a) Developing facilities in or near public housing for training and support services;
(b) Mobilizing public and private resources to expand and improve the delivery of such services;
(c) Providing funding for such essential training and support services that cannot otherwise be funded; and
(d) Improving the capacity of management to assess the training and service needs of families, coordinate the provision of training and services that meet such needs, and ensure the long-term provision of such training and services. FIC provides funding to HAs to access educational, housing, or other social service programs to assist public housing residents toward self-sufficiency.
Title 24 published on 2012-04-01
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