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Financial Stability Programs

Research has uncovered three underlying elements that must be present for individuals and families to achieve financial stability: stable, adequate income; housing; and adequate financial resources like savings to cover unexpected expenses.

Individuals who have fewer financial stresses are healthier, perform better at work, and have better educational outcomes. Increasing the financial stability of families ultimately creates a stronger, more productive workforce, and communities are more prosperous because of increased employment and home ownership.

United Way helps families become more self-sufficient by supporting basic needs while increasing financial education and helping hardworking people obtain job training and family-sustaining wages.

For the full listing of all the programs and services the United Way Community Action Fund invested in this fiscal year, click this PDF link: 2018-2019-United-Way-Partner-Agencies-and-Programs.pdf

Catholic Charities

Outreach/Case Management Services

Refugee Resettlement Services


Family Connections, Inc.

Connections Program


Family Service Association

Budget and Credit Counseling

Financial Literacy


Lakeshore Community Action Program Inc.

Rental Assistance 


The Salvation Army Sheboygan

Comprehensive Services

The Emergency Lodge


Sheboygan County Interfaith Organization

Bridgeway & Beyond Transitional Living Program