Financial Stability: Resources and Databases

Local/State Level Statistics

Online tool through the U.S. Census where you can search for both local, regional, and statewide information.

Updated yearly

Statistics & Information

This tool measures the income a family needs in order to attain a modest yet adequate standard of living on a county level

Updated yearly

Pathways to Economic Self-Sufficiency:

Evidence Based Practices 

National Financial Educators Council

Training and resources for those designing financial literacy programs 

One time publication

Pathways to Economic Self-Sufficiency:

Evidence Based Practices 

American Association of Family and Consumer Science

Research to help people develop essential knowledge and skills to be work and career ready, build strong families, and make meaningful community connections. 

Continuous updates

Local/State Level Statistics

Locally focused website which contains maps and demographic data for the Cape and Islands.

Updated yearly

Statistics & Information on Food Stability

USDA Food Access Research Atlas

Online tool to research and understand food security in the United States. Map highlights low income and low food access areas. 

Last updated in 2017

Pathways to Economic Self-Sufficiency:

Evidence Based Practices 

JumpStart Financial Smarts for Students

Best practices for financial education with children so they can create a base of knowledge as they grow older.

Updated in 2010

CAPE AND ISLANDS UNITED WAY

1600 Falmouth Road, Unit 25
P.O. Box 367

Centerville, MA 02632
508.775.4746 

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