United Way helps families become financially stable and independent
As many as one-third of working Americans do not earn enough money to meet their basic needs.
1. Helping adults improve/develop life skills necessary for self-sufficiency
2. Ensuring families and individuals work toward self-sufficiency by meeting basic needs
- Bristol Task Group to End Family Homelessness
- Financial Coaching Program
- Financial Education Classes
- Financial Stability Resource Guides
- Free Tax Assistance Preparation (VITA)
United Way of West Central Connecticut’s free Financial Coaching Program can help you get control of your finances!
We will match you with a trained volunteer who will help you develop a better understanding of your financial situation. In one-on-one sessions with your coach, you will learn how to effectively manage your income, spending, debt and savings. Your financial coach will not budget your money for you, but will coach you through the process of doing it yourself. This way, the spending plan you create will fit your personal wants, needs and goals.
Creating a realistic spending plan is never easy. It requires a degree of self-discipline and sacrifice in the short-term, in order to reach your long-term financial goals. However, this process can be easier when you have someone knowledgeable, with your best interests at heart, helping you along the way.
Click here for more information or call Nancy Mikloskey, United Way Community Impact Coordinator, at 860-582-9559 x 402 to get started today!
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all classes have been suspended until further notice.
Please check our website often for updates at www.uwwestcentralct.org