personal finance training from SNAP Financial Access:
today’s choices shape tomorrow’s success.
personal finance training from
SNAP Financial Access:
Personal finance is complex.
help you simplify.
SNAP has provided stability and assistance to
Inland NW families for over 50 years. Now through SNAP Financial Access, we’re helping our neighbors
achieve a true sense of financial empowerment.
Our expertise in topics including debt reduction,
credit improvement, and student loan repayment
will help you navigate the challenges of
modern money management.
Give Yourself a Raise
A free 2-hour money management and budgeting workshop. Establish practical goals and learn key principles for success!
Navigating Your Credit World
Ap how to access your credit report and improve your score. When it comes to financial opportunity, a higher score can open the door.
Decisive Credit Building
This in-depth workshop will teach you about your three unique credit scores and what you can do to improve them.
D.R.A.I.N. Your Bad Debt
Learn our tested plan to resolve bad debt:
Student Loan Repayment Chutes and Ladders
Remove the mystery from student loans and discover the options that are
right for you.
SNAP Financial Access is helping people take control of their money. Our live workshops and 1-on-1 counseling provide all the
personal finance tools you
need to build a fresh start.
Your relationship with SNAP Financial Access doesn’t end with your counseling sessions. If you’re looking to purchase a home or start a business, our team of experts can also help you exercise your newfound financial knowledge to connect with the funds you need to achieve your goals and transform your life.
Are you ready to
boost your credit?
SNAP Financial Access promotes the financial health of our local economy by supporting small businesses and residents through coaching, education, and loan programs. We do business in accordance with the Federal Fair Housing Law and the Equal Credit Opportunity Act. SNAP charges fees for some services to those who can afford to pay. If a participant is required to pay a fee and feels that paying the fee will create a financial hardship,
they may request a hardship waiver. ESL translation options are available.