Our Finacial Fitness Education seminar series of three 2-hour classes provide an overview of what credit is, using and maintaining credit, understanding your credit reports, credit scores, bouncing back from financial difficulties, budgeting, goal setting, and planning for your financial future.
Credit 101: The Basics
Find out what credit is, different types of credit, how to establish & maintain your credit, how to get your free annual credit report.
Credit Scores: What's Your Number?
Learn how to read your credit report, understand credit scores, improving your credit, avoiding common credit traps, and more!
Visioning: Your Final Future
Buying a home or new car, paying for college, saving for retirement? Get tips, tricks, and tools to help achieve your financial goals.
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La Casa de Don Pedro
La Casa provides expanded, multidimensional services in the following areas: early childhood development, youth educational, cultural and recreational programs, youth & family counseling, health initiatives, HIV/AIDS prevention & services, WorkForce development & job placement, affordable housing development and counseling, community development and organizing, emergency and home energy assistance, and home energy conservation.
With more than 200 employees, 50 volunteers, and a FY2016 operating budget of $15M, La Casa has the capacity to handle its extensive roster of initiatives. Programs are managed by five separate divisions: Early Childhood, Youth, Family & Health, Personal Development, Community & Economic Development, and Community Improvement.