Financial Literacy Program

Maranatha-Carlisle’s clients include veterans, single-parent families, individuals with intellectual disabilities, families experiencing housing insecurity and more. These individuals are often experiencing multiple crisis which makes it difficult to solve financial challenges. Maranatha’s account managers provide financial guidance and often serve as case managers to help clients navigate complex financial systems.

Financial Literacy programs are also offered to help clients work to avoid future crisis and can be a condition of eligibility to qualify for leases and support programs provided by other social service agencies.

Topics include:

  • Budgeting, Saving and Spending
  • Balancing a Checkbook
  • Shopping on a Budget
  • Protecting, Improving and Correcting Credit
  • Banking Basics
  • Online Tools to Help Manage Finances
  • Insurance and Employment Benefits

Contact Maranatha-Carlisle for more information.

Do you know someone who is in financial distress, trying to figure out how to make ends meet?