Family Financial Counseling and Advocacy Program

Posted on January 28, 2005

The Family Financial Counseling and Advocacy Program

The Family Financial Counseling and Advocacy Program helps low-income families and individuals overcome barriers to achieving economic self-sufficiency. Counselors possess extensive knowledge of welfare rules and regulations, government benefits (work supports), and community resources focusing on family economic and social well-being. Counselors assist clients in identifying and obtaining resources for moving from welfare to work or from entry-level work to higher paying positions.

Counselors also assist clients with welfare and other government support programs and serve as liaisons to legal service programs.

For more information on the Family Financial Counseling and Advocacy Program, contact Mary Sutton at 215-387-1470 or msutton@pathwayspa.net.


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