United Way of Washtenaw County is now partnering with TrustPlus to provide one-on-one financial coaching to help you reach your financial goals.
This service is confidential and offered at no cost to you. TrustPlus coaches can work with you on a range of financial topics, including:
- Building credit so that you can qualify for the best credit cards, loans, or mortgage;
- Reducing troublesome debt -- from collections accounts, medical bills, and student loans; and,
- Budgeting and building a safety net for emergencies.
Check out the wonderful impact our financial coaching has made from 2021-2022!
Click below to hear from TrustPlus personal finance coaches Hector Hidalgo and Tiffany Ordonez discuss what to expect in a coaching session including how they help clients reduce debt, strengthen credit, and build savings.
To get started, text the code UNITEDWAY to (646) 349-5959 or Visit the Trustplus website to create your account and schedule your meeting.
Want to learn more? Download the informational materials provided below for more details.
Flyers about Financial Coaching in English and Spanish can be found here.
Got Questions? Check out this FAQ Document in English and Spanish.
Download our Reference Guide for additional information about TrustPlus financial coaching.
Listen to Bridget Herrmann, Vice President of Impact and Advocacy at United Way of Washtenaw County discuss the impact of TrustPlus
TrustPlus is a resource available to support employees of Washtenaw County nonprofits and businesses. Contact Bridget Herrmann email@example.com to learn more about how we can support the financial wellbeing of your team.
We've has partnered with CP Federal Credit Union to bring Banzai, an interactive online financial education platform. With personalized coaching tools, specialized calculators, and learning modules that cover a variety of topics, Banzai allows you to take your financial future into your own hands.
Click HERE to begin your journey.
America’s student loan debt crisis is postponing the American Dream for 46 million borrowers. On top of it, the rules to reduce payments and forgive debt are so confusing that experts say the system is truly broken with a staggering $1.7 trillion pile of debt added up.
That’s why the United Way is partnering with Savi to provide relief and savings to student loan borrowers. There is no one-size-fits-all.