The Bridge to Success

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.

Discover new ways to approach barriers and obstacles

Focus on Wellness and Relationships

Develop A Financial Plan to Reach Goals

Set goals to Increase Earning Potential

Building a Bridge to Self-Sufficiency

Parents learn to make choices and decisions that keep them moving forward toward goals of self-sufficiency. Working with a Mobility Mentor, participants set attainable goals related to housing, family, wellness, finances, employment and career.

Flexible Schedule

Most of the weekly lessons and activities are completed online, however a commitment of at least 90 minutes per week is required. Participants get a new computer and software needed to complete the online classes.


Parents are paired with a Mobility Mentor to help navigate the program. A printed workbook is also provided.

Bridge to Self-Sufficiency® Program

Classes begin soon!

The Bridge to Success Enrollment


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

To learn more, call 614-886-9922 or complete the form below.

The Bridge to Success

Complete the form below to apply for enrollment in the Bridge to Self-Sufficiency program.

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