Financial health requires creating a budget. Set limits and follow them. Look for places you can reduce your expenses. Make saving a priority.
The agencies below offer resources that should help you create a plan so that you can track your income, your spending, and your savings.
Click on an agency for assistance.
600 South Harrison St.
Wilmington, DE 19805
603 North Church St. Wilmington, DE 19801 20127 Professional Park Blvd. Georgetown, DE 19947
The MoneySchool | Stepping Stones 302-298-3254 | 302-298-3253
The Money School offers FREE financial education classes and financial literacy resources to Delawareans. Participants gain a better understanding of the consumer marketplace and the current economic environment while learning skills necessary to take charge of their financial situations, plan for the future and avoid financial pitfalls.
First State Community Action Agency, Inc
308 N. Railroad Avenue
Georgetown, DE 19947
First State Community Action Agency's primary service is to work towards the elimination of poverty and lessen the effects of poverty on people of low income. We achieve this through the 22 programs we offer statewide through case management and emergency services.
National Council on Agricultural Life and Labor Research Fund, Inc
363 Saulsbury Road
Dover, DE 19904
501 Olgletown Rd Newark, DE 19711 302-283-7505 353 Saulsbury Rd Dover, DE 19904 302-678-9400 110 S. Bedford St. Georgetown, DE 19947 302-855-1370 1007 North Orange St. Wilmington, DE 19801 302-351-2575
NCALL provides homeownership education and counseling, financial coaching, financial education, foreclosure prevention, real estate development, self-help housing and financial resources for affordable housing and community facilities. Since 1976, NCALL has helped over 18,000 families secure, preserve or prepare for affordable housing while leveraging over a billion dollars of financial and housing assistance.