Offers assistance with consumer education, budgeting, credit status, bankruptcy, first time homebuyer education, foreclosure prevention, loan modification, rental counseling, reverse mortgage and home equity line of credit.
Offers programs that connect nonprofit organizations with funding, financial sustainability, and capacity building. This includes: Support to build and renovate facilities Fund growth needs Expand and sustain operations over time.
Provides information and referrals to community resources such as legal, employment, housing, health, and LGBTQI services. Offers basic computer training, job search assistance, financial education, and legal advice. Also provides a computer lab with Internet access, printer, copier, telephone, and fax.
Agency: COMMUNITY HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (CHDC)
Offers an economic empowerment program that combines low-interest loans with financial education, budget consulting, and personalized management. Offers the opportunity for residents in targeted counties and zip codes to purchase reliable advanced technology vehicles with a loan and a grant of up to $5,000 as down payment assistance.
Provides fiduciary and conservatorship services to eligible elders. Creates community partnerships to provide training to public and private agencies and individuals on issues relating to elder financial abuse and counsels those who need assistance or are victims of elder financial exploitation.
Provides financial education workshops, financial coaching and financial planning in partnership with community based organizations. Offers financial products that enable low-income families to save, build credit and assets.Also assists individuals and other foreign persons who do not qualify for a Social Security Number but who still need an Indi...
Offers a variety of financial education classes. Offers loans and investment tools to small business owners, families, and communities. Offers individual development accounts and gap funding for micro-business and community development.
Agency: HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE COUNTY OF MONTEREY (HACM)
NOTE: Services are available by phone during Coronavirus COVID-19 response period. (March 17th)Provides family self-sufficiency services including career counseling, job training, education assistance, financial literacy, parenting skills instruction, and homeownership preparation. Offers encouragement and assistance to help section eight residents...
Assists Treasure Island residents to build long term economic security through financial education, asset building opportunities and micro enterprise development. Offers financial management education including credit basics, understanding and improving credit ratings, banking services (in partnership with Spectrum Federal Credut Union), asset deve...
Provides financial literacy classes in collaboration with Mechanics Bank and Self Help Credit Union. Offers assistance to families in becoming more financial stable, reduce debt, increase their income and better their credit score.
This service offers support groups and workshops in: Women's Group Living Well With a Disability Fitness Class Money Management Disability Awareness Support Group Coed groups LGBTQ group Autism mixer Cross-Disability Self Empowerment Job Seeking
Agency: San Bernardino City Unified School District
This program provides parent education and awareness, advocacy, financial workshops, health and nutrition classes, parent-to-parent support groups, information and referral to community resources sociological and homeless liaison services.
This program provides education and financial management counseling. Allows residents to purchase their home with a 20% discount off of market value creating instant equity for our heroes. This affordable homeownership program is for local heroes and their families with a focus on those who are now suffering from physical disabilities due to injury...
Physical offices are currently closed during COVID-19. Virtual classes are available by contacting business line. Provides information, ideas and solutions on how to manage ones money and budgeting an income.
Provides one on one information and referral assistance to access basic needs. This includes housing, health, food, counseling, and legal assistance. Targets the monolingual, and limited English speaking, low income, and underserved Latino population.