Credit/Housing

Program Mission and Description:


The Financial Stability Program provides financial education classes and one-on-one coaching in order to assist individuals and families in increasing income, debt reduction, savings, and building assets such as a home. Financial education classes cover a variety of topics, such as: budgeting, credit, predatory lending, financial services, and insurance. Credit counseling, housing counseling and general financial coaching are all provided in an effort to assist families achieve financial stability.


To qualify, individuals and families must make less than $50,000 per year and live in our 28 county diocese.