The Family Development/Self-Sufficiency Program is designed to help families with multi-dimensional problems become economically self-sufficient. Barriers often encountered are: lack of education, employment/training, vocational training, work experience, transportation, childcare, and life skills counseling.
Case managers work with the family to establish priorities and goals necessary to achieve self-sufficiency and form a step-by-step case management plan. Case managers work intensely with participants, providing life skills counseling, support, advocacy, decision-making and money management skills and reinforcement of positive self-esteem.
Local agencies work cooperatively to insure that the participant received appropriate services during their transition to self-sufficiency.
All SCCAP services are provided without regard to race, age, color, religion, sex, disability, national origin, ancestry or status as a veteran.