How to get help with debt management or volunteer

Trouble with debt and credit and a lack of financial know-how can be a significant obstacle for people working to escape poverty or dangerous living situations. Here are several resources the United Way of the Ozarks has identified to get help or to volunteer to teach others to better understand their finances.

Access the Allstate Foundation Moving Ahead Curriculum

This educational resource is designed to help domestic violence survivors achieve financial independence and rebuild their lives. The curriculum covers important financial topics including budgeting, managing debt and improving credit. It has been proven to help survivors move from short-term safety to long-term security.

More info:

Contact: U.S. National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233

Attend a Making Sense of Money course through Community Partnership of the Ozarks

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