Financial Health Institute

The Financial Health Institute provides innovative courses that guide individuals and organizations to become aware of how financial stress affects their well being

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This course is designed to provide case managers with a framework for holistically assessing a client's personal economic situation, and for targeting priority needs and root causes.  Read More

Learn about some of the concepts that help explain our economic behavior. Read More

The first module in the course provides basic knowledge about credit, the credit industry, and utilizing credit as an asset.  The second module introduces the concepts of debt and time-value, including methods to sort through your options, and strategies for successfully paying down debt.  Read More

This course will provide you with practical tools and exercises to help you raise awareness of your habits, understand why it's important to save money, and to develop a habit of savings.  Read More

Financial Health Connections for Couples provides an innovative framework for couples to discuss their perspectives about money and the tools to develop a mutual relationship to the money they share. This course is applicable to any kind of partnership with shared responsibility of expenses because it involves personal feelings, expectations, history, and behavior regarding money. Financial Health Connections for Couples leads couples through a learning process about how to make mutual choices and decisions that affect more than just finances. This course requires a commitment from both partners to participate. You will access the course together: sometimes you will take turns completing the exercises, and sometimes you will do them together. We encourage you to continue discussing these topics well after you finish the exercises. This course takes approximately three hours to complete and is divided into two modules. We suggest that you take a few days to a week between the first and second module to practice and discuss what you learned. You will see references to "your facilitator" occasionally during this course. If you are working with someone like a case manager or counselor while you are taking this course, that can be a reminder to discuss topics with them. If not, you can choose to send a message to the course creator, Joanne McLain, at jmclain@fhinst.com. You don't have to discuss this course with anyone, but we certainly hope you discuss it with each other!   Read More

Este curso se trata de desarrollar sus habilidades de ahorrar por medio de herramientas y ejercicios que fomentan una consciencia de hábitos y la importancia de conservar dinero.  Read More

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