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Financial Stability

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a community that fosters hope and opportunity for everyone — a community where people reach financial stability and lead productive lives.

United Way of Racine County understands the local economy and works with individuals, employers, and the government to create a stronger community. Not only do we ensure individuals and families have access to basic needs such as food, clothing and shelter, but we also reduce dependence on social service programs, improve employability, and increase financial stability for all of our community’s residents. Through our collective efforts, individuals experience success, families become stronger, and our community sees the benefits of a better quality of life.

Funded Programs in Financial Stability

  • Boy Scouts of America: Three Harbors Council
    Personal Finance Management
  • First Choice Pre-Apprenticeship Training
  • Focus on Community
    Advancing Family Assets
  • Racine Family YMCA
    Focus on Fathers Initiative
  • Racine Literacy Council
    Adult Literacy Program
  • Racine Vocational Ministry
    Walk-in Program
Get Involved in Financial Stability Solutions
Local Financial Fitness Resources

Aging and Disability Resource Center of Racine County 

  • Phone: 262-833-8777 for regular calls or 262-638-7720 for 24-hour crisis calls
  • Website:

Annual Credit Report

Asset Builders of America, Inc.

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Educators Credit Union

Energy Services, Inc.

  • Phone: 262-633-6000

Federal Reserve

Federal Trade Commission

Green Path Debt Solutions

Home Energy Plus

Housing Authority of Racine County

Housing Resources, Inc.

Impact 211


Junior Achievement of Wisconsin

Just Add Kids

Racine Public Library

Society's Assets

Veterans Initiative

United Way of Racine County, in collaboration with Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corporation, offers volunteer success coaching for veterans that focuses on financial stability while using tools and resources provided by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. In-person, individualized, and trustworthy guidance can help local veterans make good financial decisions and reach their financial goals to maintain independence.

Wells Fargo

Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corporation

Workforce Solutions

  • Phone: Racine office at 262-638-6312 or Burlington office at 262-767-5399
  • Website:

Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority