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Financial Literacy Classes Coming Up

FREE Financial Literacy Classes are available through the St. Johns Housing Partnership in St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra, Hastings and Clay County to assist citizens in understanding their credit score, avoiding scams, and managing money responsibly.



Avoiding Senior Scams  Open to the public, this FREE class features information on senior scams and helping seniors spot scams and remove themselves from financially dangerous situations.

Offered June 9. 2015    11 am-12 pm at the Ponte Vedra Council on Aging, and                  
June 15, 2015  10:30- 11 am at the Hastings Council on Aging                           
All classes require registration at 904-819-1266 


MoneyWise  Open to the public, this FREE class features an easy to understand, real-life solutions for budget busters and consumer spending traps as well as a clear understanding of what helps and what hurts your credit score.

Offered June 10, 2015  2-4 pm at the SJC Main Branch Library, and

June 17, 2015 2-4 pm at the Clay County Council on Aging, and

June 23, 2015 6-8 pm at the SJC Main Branch Library 

All classes require registration at 904-819-1266 




DeAnna OFlaherty

Financial Counselor

St. Johns Housing Partnership


Office 904-819-1266

Home Matters for Florida

The Florida Housing Coalition released “Home Matters for Florida Report 2014” during the Sadowski Housing Coalition’s February 25 press conference, in support of a national “Home Matters” initiative to educate the public and policymakers about the value of housing when it comes to health, education and the economy. View the full “Home Matters for Florida Report 2014.”



  • Florida has the nation’s third highest homeless population, including over 5,500 veterans and more than 7,000 families (including over 10,800 homeless children.)*
  • Over 900,000 very low-income households, including hardworking families, elders, and disabled Floridians living on fixed incomes, pay more than 50% of their incomes for housing


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