Managing Money Workbook
Workbook, 8-1/2 x 11, 40 pp.
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Understanding and practicing daily living skills can be crucial to the success of clients making significant life transitions. Hazelden Publishing's Living Skills program is designed to provide the tools necessary to live a healthy, fulfilling life while meeting the needs of today's diverse client population. This program is ideal for a variety of settings, including addiction treatment centers, mental health settings, educational settings, and criminal justice settings.
Managing Money, one of the Practical Guidance topics of Living Skills, helps clients who may have struggled with money in the past--whether it be because of addiction, mental illness, incarceration, or other difficulties--learn to manage money in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle and establish a foundation for the future.
The exercises and information found in the Living Skills workbooks help individual participants revisit what they learned during the facilitated sessions, while also diving deeper to apply the concepts to their own lives. The learners complete the workbook on their own, either in session or as take-home work.
The four sessions of this topic include:
Session 1: Money Basics
Session 2: Budgeting Basics
Session 3: Getting Out of Debt
Session 4: Saving for the Future
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6770 Managing Money Complete Package
7010 Managing Money Facilitator Guide
6790 Living Skills Complete Collection
Visit hazelden.org/livingskills for full program details.
Item: 7011 Publisher: Hazelden Published Year: 2018
Managing Money, part of the Practical Guidance segment of Living Skills, helps clients that may have struggled with money in the past learn to manage money in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle and establish a foundation for the future. The workbooks contain information to help individual participants revisit what they learned during the facilitated sessions, while also diving deeper to apply the concepts to their own lives.