Financial Stability

Lack of good credit, lack of affordable and transitional housing, and lack of job readiness are the three main issues the Financial Stability Vision Council focuses on. According to the American Community Survey (ACS), 27% of St. Lucie County residents are renters and 73% are home owners. The majority of renters make less than $49,999 annually (36.5% are spending between $1,000-$1,499 a month on housing costs). More than 29,000 residents between 18-64 years old are living below the poverty level (the highest percentage are ages 35-64 years old), 31.8% are Black/African-American and 14.6% are Caucasian-American. 

Impacting Financial Stability Initiatives


FREE Tax Preparation (VITA & MyFreeTaxes)

Poverty Simulation


Our Financial Stability partners include:

ARC of St. Lucie County

Helping People Succeed

Mustard Seed Ministries 

United Against Poverty