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Financial Stability

Benefits Counseling-LifePath

Ensuring individuals and families achieve financial stability.

Sometimes people need assistance with the skills necessary to support themselves and their families, especially during emergencies and life transitions. This can include the transition of moving from homelessness to a shelter or to a home or apartment. It includes access to food and clothing, and job and English language training. Financial Stability Programs focus on food insecurity, crisis intervention, adult job and life training, and youth development.

United Way and Partner Programs working on financial stability:

Athol Salvation Army ~ Emergency Assistance in Franklin County

Center for New Americans ~ Franklin County Immigrant Education & Resources

Community Action ~Center for Self Reliance Food Pantries

Franklin County Community Meals Programs

Greenfield Salvation Army ~ Comprehensive Emergency Assistance

Literacy Project ~ Literacy Education & Career pathways for Economic Self-Sufficiency

Rural Development, Inc. ~ Community Cares Housing Support Program

Salvation Army Service Units ~ Emergency Assistance and Rental Assistance

ServiceNet ~ Greenfield Family Inn, Silver Street Inn, Wells Street Emergency Shelter

Stone Soup Café ~ Saturday Café