The Bridge to Success
Do you dream of a better job, a more affordable home or just ending the struggle to meet your monthly living expenses?
The Bridge to Self-Sufficiency® program is designed to help low-income parents reach greater goals for their family. The program provides new tools to bridge the gap between dreams and success.
A Focused Approach
Participants learn to make choices and decisions that keep them focused and moving forward toward goals. Working with a Mobility Mentor, participants set attainable goals related to housing, family, wellness, finances, employment and career.
Most of the weekly lessons and activities are completed online. Participants get a new computer and software needed to complete the online classes.
Participants are paired with a Mobility Mentor to help navigate the program. A printed workbook is also provided.
Classes begin soon!
Participants in the Bridge to Self-Sufficiency Program must:
- Adult with a child under age 18
- Franklin County resident
- Desire to set and accomplish personal goals
- Household income at or below 200% of FPG (see below)
This program requires internet access. A computer and software needed to complete the online program components will be provided for those that qualify.
Participant Income Guidelines
|Household Family Size (include mom, |
and dad/ legal guardian and children)
|Monthly household income |
must be below this amount