Money Matters is a partnership between Momentum, YWCA Calgary, The Alex and Calgary John Howard Society (CJHS) that provides financial literacy support and services to individuals living with mental health or addiction challenges.
If you are struggling with mental health or addiction challenges, while dealing with financial struggles, join the next free Money Matters Workshop.
Momentum facilitators deliver a series of seven workshops hosted by various organizations within the Calgary health community. We work with organizations to ensure our programming is delivered at the right time for those on the road to recovery.
The Financial Administrator from The Alex, YW Calgary and CJHS offers one-on-one participant-directed support to individuals who find it difficult to manage their finances on their own.
Participants in this program experience positive changes in their lives, including:
- Increased financial stability.
- Increased mental wellness and improved ability to manage addiction.
- Maintained housing and supported in feeling more independent.
- Decreased feelings of social isolation.
If you work for an agency and would like to book Money Matters workshops for participants call 403-204-2687 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you or someone you know is not facing mental health or addictions challenges, but would still like to access our money management programs, Matched Savings For Adults might be a great program to explore!
This program runs January 26th to March 9th, 2022
Wednesdays, 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Are you ready to register for Money Matters? Do you need more information? Fill out the form below and we will be happy to get in touch for your next steps to a stronger financial future.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Money Matters program is a financial empowerment program living with cognitive, mental health or addiction challenges. The program is presented as a series of seven workshops (Budgeting 1 and 2, Assets, Banking, Credit, Debt Management, Consumerism)
There is also one-on-one support that is available to those who need it.
No. You can apply without consulting with anyone. However, if you are currently working with a support worker or a clinician, they are more than welcome to join your sessions.
The Money Matters program is a free program for anyone living with mental health and addiction concerns.