Financial Literacy Program

Our Financial Literacy Program contains very basic day-to-day financial information that applies to all individuals from many different backgrounds.

Literacy skills, such as: reading, writing and math are not required to participate in the program.

Class sizes are small to ensure maximum interaction and participation for all individuals.

Next program start date: March 2019

Sessions are two-per-week and the program runs for 10-12 weeks.

Throughout the sessions, each participant receives an individual one-on-one session with the coordinator to review any aspect of their finances they need assistance in, such as:

  • Topics Include:

  • How to Set & Achieve Goals

  • Needs versus Wants

  • Savings and Banking

  • Consumer Awareness

  • Medication Coverage

  • Making Money

  • Meal Planning

  • Budgeting

  • Financial Planning

  • Income Tax Preparation


“I have taken the FLP through Pathways.  I believe that this program was the best thing in my life.  I learned a lot of interesting things and it helped me budget my money.  The instructor Alison made the class very interesting and fun to be in.”

“The most important thing I learned from FLP is the difference between a ‘want’ and a ‘need’.  I learned how to prioritize and budget my money much more efficiently and managed to cut my debt drastically in six months.”

“I was very excited to learn new things about how to save money & how to stretch a dollar. I enjoyed making budgets and shopping wisely. The program was excellent! I learned many new things and will enjoy putting them to use in the future. Thank you.”