Raising and Improving Self Sufficiency Expectations (R.I.S.E.) Program

The goal of the R.I.S.E. Program is to assist motivated individuals and families to progress towards economic stability and self-sufficiency via way of employment. The way that we accomplish this is by providing support services such as: case management, college education, job skills training, credit management workshops, childcare assistance, limited transportation assistance, and other services to eligible customers, based upon need and availability of resources.

If interested in participating in the R.I.S.E. Program, please contact the Family Development Specialist in your county.

  • Alachua County: 352-373-7667 ext. 207
  • Levy County and Marion County: 352-732-3008 ext. 207

CSBG Income Guidelines


FastTrack Online Application

New CFCAA online application for electric, rental and educational assistance, utilized to streamline our intake and appointment process.

***PROGRAM UPDATES***

RENT CALLS/APPOINTMENTS (May 2020)
Assistance available; Apply online now (see info above). For other community resources, please contact 2-1-1. Simply DIAL 2-1-1 or 352-332-4636, TEXT your zip code to 898211, or CHAT on 2-1-1 Website.

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