Financial Success Program Enrollment

Research study to determine the health effects of financial education in single working mothers.

Finances First Study

  • Single working mothers ages 19 to 55 may be eligible to participate in a research study to determine the effects of financial education on health outcomes.
  • Participants will be randomized to a year-long financial education program or no financial education program.
  • If you are randomized to no financial education, then you will not receive the financial education but will be provided a slot to participate the following year, if you desire.

All participants undergo:

  • 2 clinic visits at Creighton University
  • Monthly phone follow-up
  • Monetary stipend for time and travel

Participants randomized to the financial education program receive:

  • 9 weeks of financial education including dinner and childcare
  • 1 year of one-on-one financial coaching
  • Ongoing continuing education

Brought to you by the Financial Hope Collaborative at Creighton University.

For more information on the Finances First Study, contact financialconfidence [at] creighton [dot] edu (subject: Financial%20Success%20Program%20Enrollment%20Email) (Tamicka) by filling out and submitting the form below, or call 402.280.3736.