Bridging Affordability is a collaborative of 14 Fairfax County nonprofit agencies and in partnership with the Department of Housing. The program provides case management and supportive services like job training and financial education, depending on client needs, as well as rental assistance for up to 24 months.
Households receiving rental subsidies are required to pay 35% percent of their income for housing and actively work with the case manager to establish and work to achieve self-sufficiency goals.
Includes Bridging Affordability Employment Services (BAES).
Referred by Fairfax County, working preference, earning 30% to 50% of area median income (AMI), living or working in Fairfax County.
This program is not an open referral program; participants are referred through Fairfax County based on prioritization of need.