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Financial Wellness

Financial Wellness Counseling

FREE | Community Action Partnership of Hennepin County's (CAP-HC's) Financial Wellness Counseling can help you make financial decisions that help you manage your expenses now and build assets for the future. Counseling can help you create a budget, understand your credit, and make plans to reach your financial goals.

Financial Wellness Classes

FREE | Utilizing the FDIC Money Smart curriculum, each 8-hour class, which may be split into 1 or 2 days, covers a variety of topics, including:

  • Budgeting
  • Money management
  • How to access and understand your credit report
  • How to manage your credit history and debt
  • How to protect your identity and assets. 

Class materials are provided. Classes are offered virtually via Teams. For instructions on how to join a Teams meeting if you do not have a Teams or Microsoft account, click here.

Special Offer: Pre-register for a Financial Wellness Class, and you'll receive a $25 Target gift card after completing the class! 
Terms and conditions apply. Call 952-933-9639 for more information.


  • CAP-HC's Financial Wellness Classes are open to the public.
  • Advanced registration is required. 

Upcoming Classes

Whether it's a 1- or 2-day class, the same information is covered – register for the class that best fits your schedule! Currently, classes are offered virtually via Teams. Don't have a Teams account? Click here for information about how to join a Teams meeting without an account, click here.

We are working on the spring 2022 schedule for workshops and will update the website as dates are confirmed. In the meantime, please feel free to schedule an individual counseling session with a certified counselor. 

If you have questions about our Financial Wellness programs and services, please email us at


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