Tuesday, March 2, 2021
Encouraging Financial Conversations is a program designed for case managers, social workers, and other frontline staff to help empower clients to achieve their financial goals and manage their money. Participants will learn techniques and strategies to help their clients create a financial goals action plan, build and maintain good credit, pay off debts, develop a spending and savings plan, and protect themselves from fraud and identity theft. Participants will also learn coaching strategies that capitalize on a client’s strengths and resources in coming up with solutions.
The program is open to those serving families in Racine, Kenosha, and Walworth Counties. The virtual program will take place on March 2, 4, 9, 11, 16, and 18 from 1:00-2:00 PM. Registration is required at go.wisc.edu/efc.krw
On-going Throughout the Year
Runs monthly from January to May
The Rent Smart workshop series helps tenants understand their rights and responsibilities such as finding a rental, pre-rental inspection, who is responsible for repairs, eviction, effective landlord/tenant communication, and more. The free workshops are held via Zoom and run monthly from January to May. Each series has six, one-hour sessions completed in three weeks.
To view dates and times or to register, visit https://go.wisc.edu/Rentsmartregister