Prosper Centers

Financial Wellness

Our trained Financial Coaches offer classes and one-on-one support to help you achieve your financial goals. We provide tools and resources you can use to improve your credit, pay off debt, create a budget, and build your savings.

One-On-One Financial Coaching – Open to the Public

Financial Wellness Classes – Open to the Public

Financial Assistance – Residents of Foundation Communities’ Housing

One-on-One Financial Coaching

Financial Coaching is a free service provided by trained volunteers who can work with you one-on-one to make sure you have the tools, resources, and encouragement you need reach your financial goals.

Financial Coaches can help you:

· Create a plan for reaching your financial goals

· Create a budget

· Find a bank account that is right for you

· Check your credit and create a plan for improving your score

· Create a plan to reduce your debt

· Deal with debts in collection

· Create a plan to save for the future or for emergencies

· Provide access to emergency assistance, credit building, and savings products to eligible participants

Financial Coaches CANNOT help you:

· Choose or open investment accounts

· Advise on or file for bankruptcy

· Address legal matters

Some Financial Coaches specialize in the management of small business finances.

How to sign up

Click here to schedule an appointment

or call our Prosper Centers at 737-717-4000

Financial Coaches are available by appointment only on weekdays, evenings, and Saturdays at both Prosper Centers. Spanish-speaking coaches are available.

Financial Coaching is available to households with an annual income of $55,000 or less. Residents and staff of Foundation Communities are eligible for financial coaching regardless of income

Please bring anything you would like to review with your coach, including information about your income and expenses. If you would like to print and complete our intake form ahead of time, it is available here.


Prosper Center – North

5900 Airport Blvd.

Austin, TX 78752

Bus Routes: 7, 337, 350

Prosper Center – South

2600 W. Stassney Ln.

Austin, TX 78745

Bus Routes: 311, 318




Financial Wellness Classes are led by experienced financial coaches at our Austin housing communities and Prosper Centers. The class topics include credit, debt, budgeting, and saving. Classes are interactive, allowing the instructor to tailor the class to the needs of participants. All participants receive a free credit report and one-on-one credit counseling session.

The class is a six-hour course offered over three sessions.
To receive a certificate of completion, you must attend all three sessions.
Childcare is provided when available.


The November Money Management class will be instructed in Spanish

Clase de administracion de finanzas gratis

Horario: los martes, 5, 12 y 19 de noviembre, 6:30 – 8:30pm

Localidad: Centro Comunitario de los apartamentos Trails at Vintage Creek

7224 Northeast Dr., Austin, TX 78723

Quien es elegible?: La clase es disponible a cualquier persona quien gana menos de $55,000 por ano.

 Para mas informacion, llame 512-815-7184 o mande un correo electronico a


Financial Wellness classes are free and available to anyone who makes less than $55,000 a year*

*Residents and staff of Foundation Communities are eligible to participate in Financial Welllness classes regardless of income.


Financial Wellness Class Spanish

call 512-815-7184 or email
Please note: Childcare for ages 3 and older will be provided

Financial Assistance for residents of Foundation Communities housing

Emergency rent and utility assistance is available to residents of Foundation Communities housing who are having temporary difficulty paying their rent or utility bills because of a recent job loss, serious illness, or other emergency.


Emergency rent and utility assistance is only available to residents of Foundation Communities housing who have recently faced a financial emergency. A financial emergency is a situation that, if not addressed, could jeopardize your housing, health or employment. Some examples of an emergency are a job loss or a serious illness or injury.

Assistance with rent is NOT available if:

·You have received Emergency Rent Assistance from Foundation Communities in the last 12 months

·You have received Emergency Rent Assistance from Foundation Communities three times total

·Assistance with Austin Energy electric bills is NOT available if:

·You need help paying the deposit

·You are an employee of Foundation Communities

·You have been charged with meter tampering

·You have received Utility Assistance from Foundation Communities in the last 12 months


When applying for Emergency Assistance, you will be asked to:

·Create a budget that shows your current income and expenses

·Demonstrate that an emergency occurred, such as job loss, illness or injury, which caused you to need assistance

·Outline a plan for future self-sufficiency

·Provide a copy of your current Foundation Communities lease

·Provide a copy of your most recent utility bill (if applying for utility assistance)


You can schedule an appointment through an on-site staff member, such as a Property Manager, Resident Services Coordinator, Case Manager or Learning Center Coordinator.

Additional Resources

If you haven’t seen a Financial Coach yet and want to go ahead and start working on your finances, the resources below can help.

Helpful documents for Personal Finances: 

Opening a Checking Account Checklist

Build Your Budget

Save for Your Future