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Qualification Guidelines

The Fall 2021 application opens on August 1st. The application will be available online, so please check back here! Meanwhile, please review the Qualification Guidelines below to see if this program is right for you. If you have any questions, please complete the form at the bottom of this page.

Is the Financial Focus Program for You?

Are you struggling to make a budget that works for your family? Are you looking to learn how to improve your finances and how to manage your debt?

The Financial Focus Program teaches budgeting, creating a savings plan, managing debt, establishing good credit and discusses the homebuying process. The goal of this program is to provide families and individuals with the tools they need to become financially stable. For those interested in one day becoming a homeowner, this is a great place to get on the right path to achieve that goal.

What IS the Financial Focus Program?

The Financial Focus Program (Focus) is a 6-week financial education course followed by a 6-month mentor program. It is designed to empower and guide participants to become knowledgeable on good financial practices. At this time the program is completed virtually with weekly online classes and virtual appointments with an assigned mentor.

The Focus Program has helped me set realistic goals for myself. I will apply what I’ve learned to pay off my debts. The Focus Program will help me with my credit because of the ways I’ve learned that I can improve it. I learned how to budget in order to help me with building my savings.”

Catorreia is a mother of 2-year-old twins (one boy and one girl!) who works for a mental health agency. She has completed her Financial Focus classes and is continuing to meet with her mentor to help her reach her financial goals!

Do You Qualify?

To be eligible to become a Focus Participant, participants must meet certain requirements.


This program is available to those living or working in Seminole County and Apopka.


The Focus program requires participants to have a steady income as a jumping off point to reach financial stability.


Currently the Focus Program is virtual and can be completed from anywhere with a stable internet access. Participants should expect to commit a minimum of two hours a week for the classes and the mentor meetings.

Interested in the Focus Program?

The Fall 2021 Application opens on August 1st. If you have questions, please fill out the inquiry form below.

Have a question? Please include any questions you have in the “Comment or Message” box and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

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