What We Do

Family Financial Stability Initiative

The Family Financial Stability Initiative helps Individuals living in Hartford over the age of 18 with incomes less than $50,000 per year effectively manage their finances and achieve financial goals.

Through free one-on-one coaching and financial education classes, participants learn how to create a budget, understand and improve credit scores, reduce debt, define their financial goals, and develop a plan to reach their goals. Participants may also be eligible to open a Matched Savings Account to begin building their savings to purchase assets (e.g., a car, school uniforms for their children, a computer and much more). A match is available for qualified Hartford women, helping them achieve their goals sooner.

This initiative is part of The Village’s Institute for Successful Families and the Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund.

Access Services
The Family Financial Stability Initiative is open to individuals living in Hartford with incomes less than $50,000 per year. Individual Development Accounts are specifically open to women living in Hartford with incomes less than $50,000 per year.

For more information or to enroll, contact Eileen Burgos-Rosa, 860-236-4511 x3354 or eburgosrosa@thevillage.org.


The Village for Families & Children
331 Wethersfield Ave, Hartford CT  06114

Coaching sessions are also available at Alfred E. Burr School and at several community locations by contacting  Andrea Robinson or Eileen Burgos-Rosa.

This program is funded by and offered in partnership with the United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut Women’s Leadership Council, and generously supported by New Alliance Foundation, People’s United Community Foundation, Santander and Webster Bank.