Personal Financial Counseling

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    Programs that help people who are having difficulty paying their monthly bills gain control of their finances. The process generally involves analysis of the individual's income, expenses, debts, taxes and other factors to create a personal financial assessment; development of a budget for basic living expenses; and agreement on a short-term plan for repayment of creditors which may include debt consolidation or other strategies and a longer term plan for realizing personal financial goals.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    ACE Financial WellnessTax, legal, financial assistance and education for low to moderate income. Budget Counseling services.Mesa CountyACE Financial WellnessACE Financial Wellness
    Adult Education - Centro San Juan DiegoProvides the following adult education classes in Spanish: - Adult Literacy - English as a Second Language - Basic and Intermediate Computer classes - GED Preparation - US Citizenship (also available in English) - Bachillerato (Mexican High School) - Financial Education - Tax Preparer CertificationDenver CountyCentro San Juan DiegoCentro San Juan Diego
    Advocate Safehouse ProjectSupport survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence. Emergency housing, counseling, support groups, case management, 24 hour helpline. Garfield CountyAdvocate Safehouse ProjectAdvocate Safehouse Project
    Advocate Safehouse ProjectSupport survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence. Emergency housing, counseling, support groups, case management, 24 hour helpline. Pitkin CountyAdvocate Safehouse ProjectAdvocate Safehouse Project
    Basic Needs Assistance (Kitty Dr) - Mountain Resource CenterThe Center for Family Opportunity provides ongoing help with basic needs assistance and in-depth support. Offers integrated bundled services in the areas of: - Workforce development (i.e., job search support, one-on-one career coaching, free educational workshops, small business resources, computer classes, computer lab, career closet, resumes and interview assistance, job fairs/hiring events information) - Financial coaching and financial empowerment classes - Emergency financial assistance (i.e., rent, mortgage, gas bills, electric bills, propane bills, pellets, firewood) - Public benefits enrollment (i.e., SNAP, Medicaid) - Resources and referrals to other agencies Jefferson CountyMountain Resource CenterMountain Resource Center
    Budget Counseling and classes - Connections 4 LifeBudget counseling classes as well as cooking, crafting, gardening, and other skills classes.El Paso CountyBasic Needs - Connections 4 LifeConnections 4 Life
    Budget Counseling - Consumer Credit Counseling ServicePromotes financial management among individuals and families by providing quality credit counseling, debt management programs, housing counseling (including default/delinquency prevention) and education, and AARP reverse mortgage counseling.Pueblo CountyCCCS of Southern ColoradoConsumer Credit Counseling Service
    Budgeting Coaching - Mountain Family CenterBudgeting training helps clients to create a usable budget, working on a one on one basis with the client.Grand CountyMountain Family CenterMountain Family Center
    Client Services - Help the NeedyHelp the Needy clients are supported by assisting them with their financial and other issues, creating a “recovery plan” for each of them, so that with counseling they can achieve financial stability. The organization offers budget and credit counseling and job search assistance as well as financial help when needed. This assistance includes: Rent/Mortgage payment Utility payment Computer training Budget counseling Legal assistance/referral Firewood Job opportunities/resume writing Food and clothing bills Car payment/repair Medical billsTeller CountyHelp the NeedyHelp the Needy
    Denver/Aurora Counseling Program - Money Management InternationalOffers office locations throughout the greater Denver area where clients can visit one-on-one with a certified credit counselor. Topics include credit and budget counseling, debt management, foreclosure prevention, reverse mortgage, bankruptcy, and financial workshops.Denver CountyMoney Management InternationalMoney Management International
    Emergency Assistance (Little Flower Center) - Catholic CharitiesProvides the following emergency services: - Food - Clothing - Money management and budgeting skills - Job search assistance - Referrals to other resourcesArapahoe CountyLittle Flower Center - Catholic CharitiesCatholic Charities
    Family Mentor Alliance - Catholic Charities of Central ColoradoFamily Mentor Alliance (FMA) provides mentoring services to families experiencing homelessness so through the sharing of practical life skills, they can move from homelessness to stable housing, and an improved quality of life. FMA strives to promote hope and purpose to those in need through relationships that empower the family to invest in their own lives for a better future. The Family Mentor Alliance is based on the One Congregation / One Family model, which works with local congregations and community partners to respond to families facing homelessness. Over a six-month period, through structured mentoring in the areas of family budgeting and other life skills, families benefit from the encouragement of relational support and learning from the mentoring of their Congregant Team. They are able to develop a realistic and workable budget based on their income, find housing, and break the cycle of homelessness and housing insecurity. This in turn creates a more stable and stronger family unit. Families we serve have different family compositions – single and two parent families, grandparents/relatives and other legal guardians, but all families meet the following criteria: Homeless: couch-surfing, facing eviction, on the streets, shelter or other emergency housing program Family must include a child under the age of 18, or a parent-to-be in the 3rd trimester of pregnancy Head of household must have gainful employment or regular income (ie: disability or SSI income) Family must be able to meet reasonable monthly expenses (after budgeting with mentors) All involved family members must be free of any felony charges in past 12 months and submit to background checks Be able to pass drug screeningEl Paso CountyColorado Springs - Catholic Charities of Central ColoradoCatholic Charities of Central Colorado
    Family Support Programs - Tri-County Family Care Center, Inc.Provides the following types of support for individuals in Bent, Crowley, and Otero counties: - Information and referrals to emergency and basic needs - Utility (gas, electric) assistance for those with shut off notices - Wood and propane, if needed - Foster, adoption, pregnancy and kinship support groups and trainings/workshops - Parenting classes - Family building activities - Budgeting classes - Family advocacy - CPR, first aid, universal precautions, and medication administration classes for child care providers and foster parents - Car seat inspections, installations and education - Respite care for ill or disabled children - Respite care for seniors Otero CountyTri-County Family Care Center, Inc.Tri-County Family Care Center, Inc.
    Financial Counseling Program - GreenPath Financial WellnessOffers solutions to financial concerns such as debt, budget, and student loan counseling. Clients receive help with financial problem solving. Larimer CountyGreenPath Financial WellnessGreenPath Financial Wellness
    Getting Ahead - Boulder County Community Action ProgramsWorks with low-income participants over a 15-week time period to investigate their lives and help build economic stability.Boulder CountyBoulder County Community Action ProgramsBoulder County Community Action Programs
    HOPE of the Grand ValleyA non profit organization that provides minimal community support and assistance of basic needs. They do NOT offer financial assistance but may be able to help with some basic needs.Mesa CountyHOPE of the Grand ValleyHOPE of the Grand Valley
    Money Management InternationalMoney Management International (MMI) is the largest nonprofit, full-service credit counseling organization in the nation. MMI provides professional financial guidance, credit counseling, community-wide educational programs, debt management assistance, bankruptcy counseling and educational services, and housing counseling assistance to consumers via phone, internet, and in person sessions at over 100 local offices throughout the country. MMI is a HUD-approved housing counseling agency, and also a member of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) and The Association of Independent Consumer Credit Counseling Agencies (AICCCA). Please visit www.moneymanagement.org for more information. Payments for services are debit card, check, money order, or certified funds. All services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by phone and internet.Mesa CountyMoney Management InternationalMoney Management International
    Non-Residential Support Services - Safe Shelter of St. Vrain ValleyThe Outreach Program provides a variety of services to domestic violence victims in a non-residential setting, including: - A 24 hour/7 day a week crisis line - Individual and group counseling - Support groups for survivors of domestic violence - Case Management - Financial Guidance - Information on domestic violence and referrals to community resources - Legal Advocacy, which provides assistance with temporary and permanent restraining orders and support at court proceedings - Child and Youth servicesBoulder CountySafe Shelter of St. Vrain ValleySafe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley
    One-on-One Financial Education - mpoweredOffers one-on-one financial education includes budgeting, credit review, debt management, and planning for a strong financial future.Jefferson Countympoweredmpowered
    Utility Assistance - Outreach United Resource Center (OUR CENTER)OUR Center Basic Needs Program assists low-income families and individuals residing in the Saint Vrain Valley School District area with utilities and budget counseling.Boulder CountyOutreach United Resource Center (OUR CENTER)Outreach United Resource Center (OUR CENTER)
    Youth Program - YouthEntityYouthEntity provides in-school and after school programs to help prepare youth for future success School programs may include: - Personal financial literacy - General employment skills and career development - Education on job internship - Business entrepreneurship - Architectural design - Journalism - Culinary arts ***Contact your local school counselor or teacher to find out if these programs are offered Reimbursement for bus passes are available for students if they need to take public transportation.Garfield CountyYouthEntityYouthEntity

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