The Facts: 

More than one-in-three residents of Franklin County struggles to meet basic living expenses without assistance. Working at minimum wage, a single parent of one child would have to work more than 100 hours a week in order to achieve minimum household sufficiency.


Our Response:

The CCH  Computer Lab, Financial Fresh Start and Emergency Assistance programs help individuals make ends meet and provide education and support to foster stability and prosperity. We are available for people to walk in off the streets and find a place to help them meet their employment and household goals. Our Family Strengthening social work programs help parents gain skills and confidence to provide healthy environments for children. Heads of households are invited to an array of workshops throughout the year to learn skills and work toward better jobs so they may achieve self-sufficiency.



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