Browse our collection of helpful tips and tools we've compiled for you. Download PDFs packed with tips on topics such as teaching your children to read, renting or buying a home, eating nutritious foods, and more.
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This toolkit and resource guide includes links to various COVID-19 resources. Some resources available in multiple languages.
These resources provide tips and articles to assist with a variety of financial topics like debt, renting or buying, emergency resources, car buying and more.
Get tips on buying a car, applying for credit, debt relief, and more in this PDF.
Use this guide to help you track how much money comes into your home and how it needs to be divided to meet expenses, reduce debt and reach your financial goals.
Get a better understanding of credit reports, credit scores, and all the basics you need to know.
You may be overwhelmed by being in a continuous cycle of debt, where bills and expenses seem to keep piling up and with no relief in sight. With this debt reduction plan, help is available.
Here are a few reasons you may want to consider keeping your money in a bank or credit union and how to manage your account.
A car can be a critical factor in getting and keeping a job and moving up the career ladder toward financial independence.
As the cost of higher education continues to escalate, more and more individuals rely on student loans to help with college expenses. See some strategies that may help reduce tuition costs.
Shelter is one of our most basic needs. Whether you choose to rent or purchase a home or need housing assistance, there are several considerations for each option.
When you need help immediately, we have advice for food assistance, insurance, income support, and other resources.
Learn more about quality care for children in our community and how to qualify for a child care scholarship at the links below.
During the summer months, it is imperative that children have educational opportunities to expand on learning that occurred during the regular school year. These opportunities ensure that they enter school in the Fall with enhanced knowledge and skills.
Search for programs near you based on activities available, ages served, or special features, including financial assistance, availability of summer programs, and more.
Quality First Scholarships help low-income families afford quality early care and education for their young children.
Find ways you and your family can learn more about healthy eating and start making every day nutritious.
The SFSP was established by the USDA to ensure that children in low-income families continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session.