Financial stability starts with financial knowledge. This is why we are the only non-profit that provides free financial coach training to case managers in Maricopa County.
667,000 people live at or below the poverty line. Many Arizonans struggle with the two key factors to strong financial stability: creating and following a budget, and paying off debts. When a family is financially stable, it improves the well-being, health, and future for parents and kids.
We are proud to be the only non-profit that provides free financial coach training to case managers in Maricopa County.
Thanks to our donors, we train case managers to become financial coaches. Case managers are already working with families everyday, and this intensive 4-week program gives them the knowledge they need to easily integrate financial coaching into their daily work with clients. Coaches are trained on how to guide their clients towards long-term financial stability by way of money management, household budgeting, credit repair, personal financial priority setting, and more.
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Partnering with United Way makes it possible for APS to have a lasting impact on the lives of those who need us most through employee giving, the Loaned Executive Program and volunteer events.
Reflections from Valley of the Sun United Way Board Chair, Jenny Holsman Tetreault
Finding a time to volunteer that matches with the schedule of your busy life can be a challenge. Discovering the right at-home activity for you and your family and friends to do whenever you want is much easier! Look at these fun at-home activities with United Way to find the right one for you.
2-1-1 Arizona is specifically designed to make sure people get connected to the right, local, direct services agency with experience and services related to their situation.
Do you know where you’re sleeping tonight? On any given day in Maricopa County, 6,000 people don’t know where they’ll spend the night. Valley of the Sun United Way wants to reduce homelessness in our community by 75 percent by 2020.