- Change Counts Regional Resource Guide – produced in collaboration with Pierce Co. Asset Building Coalition, Seattle-King Co. Financial Empowerment Network, and the Snohomish Co. Asset Building Coalition.
- Community Agency Resource Manual – May 2015
- Your Money, Your Goals – the latest of the curriculum guide developed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
- Domestic Violence Financial Resource Guide – Developed by Jennifer Quiroz of the YWCA Economic Resilience Initiative
- Multicultural Resource Guide for Snohomish County – For providers supporting ethnic and linguistically diverse families, including refugee and immigrant communities.
- Cross Agency Desk Aid 2015_07_27 – A guide to Washington State Agencies, with detailed information on where to access and what resources and benefits are available through Dept.of Social and Health Services, Health Benefit Exchange, Health Care Authority, and the Insurance Commissioner’s Office.
- Coaching Through Scarcity Workshop – PowerPoint
- Coaching Through Scarcity – Handout – Handout
- CFED press release
- LOW COST INTERNET FOR FAMILIES: The digital divide grows wider for low-income and minority Americans: 38.1% of African-American households and 35.7% of Latino households have no access to the internet in their home at all. To help eliminate the digital divide, the nonprofit EveryoneOn has partnered with local internet service providers to offer free or minimal-cost home internet service. Additionally, the organization collaborates with local libraries and nonprofits to advertise free computer and internet courses at more than 8,000 training sites across the country. call 1-855-EVRY1ON for more information.
- Consumer Protection Washington -an advocacy group focused on keeping consumers safe by identifying and educating common issues including identity theft, fraud, online safety, credit and debt protection, charity scams and safety in the home and elsewhere.