Family Success Administration Division, along with its four (4) Family Success Centers, Housing Options Programs, and Community Action Agency (i.e., Community Services Block Grant and Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program) help individuals and families achieve and maintain health, safety and economic stability, and strive to assist those at risk of losing their homes due to foreclosure or eviction, unable to pay for food and/or utilities and/or in need of job training and employability skills.
To Provide One Stop Entry to Comprehensive Human Services in Partnership with Community-Based Providers in Broward County, Assisting Individuals and Families to Achieve and Maintain Health, Safety, and Economic Stability.
Approaching human services collaboratively and compassionately, with special emphasis on persons and families experiencing homelessness.
Goal (1): Effectively advocate for and seek local, state and federal funder support that adequately addresses the health and human services needs of the entire community, through a truly coordinated system of care.
Goal (2): Deliver evidence-based services to the most vulnerable, many of whom are ineligible through other systems of care, and connect those customers to sustainable support.
Goal (3): Collaborate with public and private partners to find creative, equitable, and responsible solutions to systemic community problems, especially housing for persons experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness.