Sonoma County Maternal Child and Adolescent Health

What does Financial Literacy have to do with Health?

Financial Health is at the root of access to housing and food.

Both the CDC and the NIH agree that Financial Literacy is an important contributor to overall health.

Read more about Financial Health and SDoH:

Financial Health as a Measurable Social Determinant of Health Link

About Social Determinants of Health Link

Read the National Strategy for Financial Literacy

Resources to Support Financial Health and Literacy

Financial Counseling

Debt Management

Credit Report Review

Rental and Home Ownership Counseling

Balance Financial Fitness Programs

Certified financial counselors work one on one with your client. They also work with a client's creditors to help develop repayment plans.

Telephone support 1-888-456-2227

Mon-Thurs 7:30am-6pm, Friday 7:30-5, Saturday 9am-2pm.

Free resources and toolkits.

Earn it Keep It Save It

Free Tax Prep Support and

Child Tax Credit support

Earn It Keep It Save It website

HCA Family Fund

This fund is designed to assist persons who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless with once in a lifetime financial assistance and empowerment coaching to develop a household budget and skills necessary to manage a household and save money.

[email protected] 707-544-6911 x1006

Resources for Immediate Need:

Friends in Sonoma Helping: 707-996-0111

West County Community Services: 707-869-0654

North County Community Services: 707-433-6161

Petaluma Peoples Services: 707-765-8488

Salvation Army (in person only) 93 Stony Circle

CAP Sonoma: 

JFC no-interest loans: (must identify as Jewish) 415-449-1226

Sonoma County Adult Education

Providing career and technical education, including financial literacy classes.

Contact Marlyn Garcia

[email protected] 707-527-4541

La Luz Center

Economic Advancement

Skill building programs that level the playing field. Financing small business and entrepreneurial ventures in Sonoma County.

Building the pathway to a strong middle class.

Workforce development and Job postings.

Covid-19 Crisis Services: 707-938-5131

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