The Family Rapid Re-housing (FRRH) program assists families with children to quickly end their episode of homelessness by obtaining safe, secure and stable housing, so the family can achieve self-sufficiency and successfully graduate from the FRRH program.
Each family participating in the program is assigned a case manager. The case manager will work with the family to develop a Housing and Stability Service Plan. This strengths-based plan will focus on tasks the case manager and family will address together to determine the type of assistance the family will utilize to regain and maintain stable housing while reducing barriers that may lead to future episodes of homelessness.
The case manager and the family will complete various assessments to identify the family’s strengths and barriers to maintaining and sustaining permanent housing. Life areas such as employment, budgeting, education, parenting, communication skills, resume development, vocational training, healthy relationship building, family planning and self-esteem building may be skills in which the case manager could partner with the family in developing and/or refining successfully.
Applications for the FRRH program are now being accepted. FRRH is a Tenant Based Rental Assistance program.
Family Rapid Re-housing
|United Methodist Open Door, Inc.||PO Box 2756|
|402 E. 2nd Street, Wichita, KS 67202||Wichita, KS 67201-2756|
Angee Sisco, Homeless Services Division director