Free Budget Coaching

The Budget Coach program is a 12-month program designed to help individuals create and follow a budget while developing a 3-5 year financial goal. For 1 hour a month, take part in the Budget Coach program and reach new heights to accomplish your goals!

If you are interested in participating in this program, please click here.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact Veronica Henry through email at or call 240-578-4014.

Free Budget Coaching is a tool in the toolbox for ALICE households on the Pathway to Financial Stability.

The Budget program is possible because of the following partnerships:

         fcfs and housing authority    

...and donors like you.  Thank you!

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The Free Budget Coaching program helps families and individuals improve their ability to budget and make well-informed financial decisions. The coach and member meet for 12 monthly sessions, with each session covering budgeting techniques, financial management and goal attainment strategies.

The Budget Coaching Volunteer is a volunteer-based position that is responsible for guiding, teaching, and compassionately supporting UWFC Budget Coach program clients. Budget coaches will help ALICE households in Frederick County improve their ability to budget and make well-informed financial decisions including budgeting techniques, financial management, and goal attainment strategies. See the volunteer position description here.

If you wish to help others on their journey to develop their finances, please contact Veronica Henry through email at or call 240-578-4014.

Simply dialing 2-1-1 connects the community to hundreds of programs designed to help those in need. Frederick County's local 2-1-1 call center, at the Mental Health Association, is staffed with compassionate, certified specialists. Operators are trained to connect individuals with available resources.

The Guide to Mental Health and Community Support Services is one of the most comprehensive referral tools available that lists hundreds of resources including licensed mental health professionals, behavioral health facilities, group practices, and extensive community support and emergency services.