122 Edinburgh Court
Greenville, SC - 29607
TGHA provides housing assistance for families, elderly, and disabled individuals through a variety of programs including Public Housing, Housing Choice Vouchers, Low Income Housing, Tax Credits, and Homeownership.
The Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) Program is a component of the Housing Choice Voucher Program which provides supportive services and financial incentives for HCV participants to become economically and socially self-sufficient.
The TGHA Family Self-Sufficiency Program is a voluntary program. TGHA has no mandatory FSS Program slots.
The purpose of the TGHA Family Self-Sufficiency Program is to promote the development of local strategies to coordinate the use of HCV Housing Assistance with public and private resources and to enable families eligible to receive assistance under these programs to achieve economic independence and self-sufficiency.
The objective of the FSS Program is to reduce the dependency of low-income families on welfare assistance and on Housing Assistance. Under the FSS Program, families are provided opportunities for education, job training, counseling, and other forms of social service assistance while receiving HCV Housing Assistance so that they may obtain the education, employment, business, and social skills necessary to achieve self-sufficiency.
Each family that chooses to participate in the FSS Program must execute a Contract of Participation (COP) with HAS. The COP incorporates the individual training and services plan including specific interim and final goals and sets forth the principal terms and conditions governing participation in the FSS Program. The COP shall be prepared in the format prescribed by HUD and executed by the head of the FSS family.
The head of the FSS family is required to seek and maintain suitable employment during the term of the contract. Seek employment means that the head of the FSS family has applied for employment, attended job interviews, and has otherwise followed through on employment opportunities. A determination of suitable employment shall be made by TGHA based on the skills, education, job training of the head of the household and the availability of job opportunities.
An FSS escrow account shall be established for qualified families pursuant to HUD regulations. A family is eligible for an escrow contribution when there is an increase in earned income. Such escrow shall be established at the time of a re-certification based on the interim re-certification requirements described elsewhere in this Administrative Plan. Escrow contributions shall be credited monthly to each individual account and a statement of the account balance shall be issued at least annually following the close of TGHA's fiscal year. Interest shall accrue at the actual amount paid by the financial institutions where the funds are on deposit.
|Median apartment rental rate in this zip code||$1,035|
|Population in zip code||41,273|
|Median age of those living in this zip code||35.6|
|Average household income of those living in this zip code||$60,823|
|Average home value in this zip code||$216,251|
|Apr 23, 2021||$414.00|
|Aug 15, 2016||$600.00|
|Jul 29, 2016||$450.00||Cost added by someone who called|
|Jul 18, 2016||$575.00||Cost added by someone who called|
|Apr 23, 2016||$330.00|
|Sep 9, 2016||$900.00||Cost added by current tenant|
|Jul 26, 2016||$850.00||Cost added by current tenant|
|Jun 25, 2016||$600.00||Cost added by previous tenant|
|Nov 28, 2015||$450.00||Cost added by someone who called|
|Nov 13, 2015||$700.00|
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