The Financial Readiness Program offers counseling and training for Soldiers and their families and ensures emergency assistance is available when needed. The misson of FRP is to reduce indebtedness, minimize the need for emergency financial assistance and prevent financial difficulties. Services include classes on money management, credit, financial planning, insurance and consumer issues. We help Soldiers and Army Families live within their means and provide for a brighter financial future.
Consumer and Financial Education
Financial Counseling/Debt Liquidation
Army Emergency Relief
Consumer Complaint Resolution Assistance
Financial Readiness Classes
Home Buying Seminar: Learn about the actual costs of home ownership and the basics of home buying (Veteran’s Administration representative on site).
Identity Theft-An Epidemic: Learn how to protect yourself against ID theft and what to do if you are ever the victim.
Smart Car Buying: Learn everything you need to know about buying a car to include 3 steps to Smart Car Buying, New versus Used, Financing, Car Insurance and more!
Understanding Credit Reporting: Everything you should know about credit reporting to include the role of credit, establishing good credit, what goes into a credit score, disputing errors and rebuilding credit.
Budgeting for Baby: Learn how to budget for your new arrival, ways to manage your debts and save money (list of available resources provided such as WIC).
Christmas in August: Includes information, tools & ideas necessary to develop a holiday spending plan. Also offers tips & techniques for lowering costs. Grab your lunch and join us for a Free class!
Checking Account Maintenance: Every Monday from 9:15-10:30am (except training and official holidays) Focuses on the skills needed to responsibly manage checking accounts, including the importance of keeping an accurate transaction register and bank statement reconciliation.
Budgeting: Every Monday from 8:15-9:30am (except training and official holidays) Offers guidance in developing a personal spending plan, including saving for emergencies, periodic expenses & goals (wants) while meeting needs & paying debt obligations.
Participants must register for each class. Check out our calendar of events for class dates. Location will be provided at the time of registration. To register, call 706-545-7517.
Resources and Forms
- Consumer Complaint Form
- Family Subsistence Supplemental Allowance – up to $1100 per month for Soldiers who fall below 130 percent of the poverty level; call to schedule a screening
- FSSA Documents Required to Determine Eligibility
- Consumer Financial Protection Bureau – Service Member Complaints
- Consumer Issues
- File an ID Theft Complaint
- Better Business Bureau’s Military Life – Research a business or file a complaint
Hours & Contact Information
|Address||Building 7, Baltzell Avenue (view on map)|
|Hours||Monday-Friday: 8am-4:30pm, please call to schedule an appointment|
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