Financial Stability

Financial Stability is a fundamental need in order to improve the well-being of the community. United Way of Central Alabama is working in various roles by supporting programs, community partnerships and direct services — in our six county footprint, as well as across the state of Alabama — to help and support individuals to become financially stable. We do this by teaching financial empowerment skills and helping low-income people acquire stabilizing assets.

Financial Stability Partners

Financial Stability Programs

Financial and Housing Education

Providing prospective homeowners and renters the information and support they need to achieve and sustain their housing goals.

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Family Stability Services

When lower-to-moderate-income families with school-aged children are faced with losing their homes, UWCA stands ready to help them.

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Free Tax Preparation

UWCA offers free volunteer tax preparation for households with an annual income of $54,000 or less.

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Individual Development Accounts

An innovative matched savings program that allows families to build assets and develop skills for financial self-sufficiency.

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United Way Housing Alliance

A network of Housing Counseling Agencies providing housing and financial education and counseling to individuals and families across the Southeast.

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Contact Us

To learn more about participating in any or all of these financial stability programs, contact us at 205.458.8969.