The Financial Health Lab (The Lab), a nonprofit 501c3 organization, is the philanthropic arm of the Financial Health Institute (FHI). The Lab was developed to make effective financial health and economic education programs and services available to people and organizations within the field of health and human services. The Lab’s goal is to make trainings and services accessible at no cost or for significantly reduced rates to people and agencies that are seeking to improve their economic stability efforts.
Programs and Services of The Lab
ResourceAbility is a social learning environment to strengthen foundations of financial health and advance quality of life in the entire I/DD community.
ResourceAbility provides innovative educational programs about financial health, employment, and housing sustainability. ResourceAbility services are designed especially for students and individuals with disabilities, as well as their families, case managers, and group homes.
- ResourceAbility for Adults
- ResourceAbility for Transitioning Young Adults
The Lab also provides many of the trainings that have been developed by FHI, including:
- Bootstraps Asset Building Education
- More Than a Job
- Health Literacy
- Financial Health for Young Adults
- Connections for Couples
Click here to see more programs that have been developed by FHI