SparkPoint Centers provide a full range of FREE financial services to help individuals and families get out of debt and achieve long-term financial stability. Conveniently located at the Fremont Family Resource Center, SparkPoint Fremont is part of United Way Bay Area's regional network of financial programs serving residents working toward financial self-sufficiency. Clients receive assistance to improve their credit, increase their savings and assets as well as eliminate their debt.
- Income Supports SparkPoint Coaches assess clients for public benefits and money-saving programs.
- Tools to Become Financially Empowered: SparkPoint Coaches provide the tools and support to help their clients become confident and responsible with their money and assets.
- Lifelong Learning - Training and Educational Opportunities: SparkPoint Coaches provide guidance and encourage clients to connect with our workforce training and educational partners.
In this Virtual Information Session, you will learn about SparkPoint Fremont's FREE financial services including financial coaching, financial education workshops, legal clinics and partner agencies. If you wish to meet with a Financial Coach for one-on-one individual coaching, you must first attend this Information Session. Session is open to Alameda County residents aged 18 and over. Occurs monthly on the 3rd Thursday from 6-7pm via Zoom. Click here to register for an upcoming session. Questions? Call Jane at SparkPoint Fremont 510.574.2026.
Our SparkPoint trained coaches can help you get out of debt and meet your financial goals.
The SparkPoint Fremont Center and its partners provide a variety of workshops including, Money$mart Finances, Starting a Small Business, Credit 101, and How to Avoid Predatory Lending.
SparkPoint Fremont partners with Bay Area Legal Aid to provide a Consumer Rights Legal Clinic free of charge. Get free legal information and speak with an attorney about your consumer debt issues or if you are considering bankruptcy.
SparkPoint Fremont provides free Tax Preparation Services, called Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA), CalFresh Assistance, Peer Lending Circles (small loans that build credit), and a Food Pantry.
Learn more about the agencies we work with! SparkPoint Fremont's Partners work together to meet client needs.
A New Workforce Training Guide is online now www.fremont.gov/workforcetraining.
The Tri-City Workforce Training Resource was created to connect community members to short-term training and educational opportunities leading to livable wage jobs. The Tri-City Workforce Training Resource is an informational website for adults right out of high school or established in their career. Take some time and visit the website to explore the many options for short-term educational and training opportunities located right here in the local area,