Improving lives through financial counseling, coaching, and education.
About Financial Pathways of the piedmont
Diversity and Inclusion Statement
Our agency aspires to reflect and embrace the belief that all people deserve fairness, justice, and inclusivity.
We acknowledge and appreciate all aspects of diversity; the visible and invisible qualities that make each person unique, including race, gender, age, sexuality, ability, religion, national origin, gender identity, and other identities.
We commit to aligning our culture and business practices to be a beacon of diversity, equity, and inclusion; and to create an environment where all people are welcome and able to thrive.
Financial Wellbeing for everyone in our community.
What is Financial Wellbeing?
Regardless of one’s age, race, income, livelihood or first language, everyone has a desire to achieve financial well-being, in which he/she:
Feels in control of day-to-day finances
Has the capacity to absorb a financial shock, loss, or expense.
Is on track to meet financial goals, whatever they may be
Has the financial freedom to make some choices that make life enjoyable
Helping people build financial wellbeing.
What We Do
Many area residents struggle with debt, lost jobs, or low wages. Some lack the financial literacy to solve common money problems, and many feel shame and blame themselves. Our expert, certified financial educators and counselors offer confidential, caring assistance, free or for a very low fee.
We help individuals and families:
Learn to budget and use credit wisely
Avoid foreclosure and other financial crises
Set and meet financial goals such as saving for education or homeownership
We serve clients through:
Classes in financial literacy and other specialized topics
One-on-one counseling and coaching
Place-based interventions and outreach to diverse communities
Financial pathways is a name you can trust.
We help our clients connect to credible, trustworthy financial resources and information to achieve financial wellbeing.