Financial Literacy Program 

The lack of financial literacy is a huge barrier to establishing economic stability. Many households are unable to properly prepare for the future because they do not understand the basics of money management. Even with a stable paycheck, many people remain at risk because of irresponsible spending or the lack of savings to cover emergencies.


Our financial literacy program is designed to teach low-income families how to properly manage their finances. Topics include budgeting, banking, saving, and the basic principles of money management.

Car Safety Restraint Education 

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, more than 90,000 children under 12 were injured in motor vehicle crashes in 2019. That is why CHAN offers a presentation on car safety to help parents and caregivers understand how to protect young lives on the road. After completing the training, low-income families with newborns or expectant mothers may receive a free car seat. 

GED Education Services

Many jobs and adult training programs require a GED. That means adults that did not graduate from high school may have trouble securing a career that offers financial stability. 
Our preparation program can help both adults and teens to study and pass the GED exam. 

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