Services For Individuals

Services for
Young Pregnant Women

As a young pregnant women, you are our first priority.  We provide training services as well as resources from our network of care givers. 

If you are in need of assistance, please reach out to us.


Our heart is to see families build with a strong foundation.  One aspect of getting off on the right foot as you start a family is financial training. 

Classes that we regularly offer:


Individual Development Accounts, or IDAs, are matched savings accounts that build the financial management skills of qualifying Oregonians with lower incomes while they save towards a defined goal. IDAs build pathways of opportunity and create models of economic success in Oregon communities, and Hope Squared is proud to bring this particular program to women in crisis pregnancy to advance meaningful life purchases and savings goals.  Hope Squared has partnered with the Community and Shelter Assistance Corporation of Oregon (CASA), to assist CASA of Oregon with IDA program administration. 

Rent Well

Rent Well is a fifteen hour tenant education course, taught by certified instructors, focused on how to be a successful renter.  Topics include understanding landlord expectations, budgeting, effective communication with landlords and neighbors, maintaining a rental unit, and successful move-in and move-out.  Hope Squared has its own certified instructor, Willow Oelke.

Financial Beginnings

Financial Beginnings teaches individuals how to play an active role in their financial well-being. Developing this knowledge increases available life opportunities such as home ownership, higher education, and secure retirement.  The program promotes self-sufficiency by teaching individuals how to proactively improve their financial health.  We teach five classes: banking, budgeting, credit, investing and risk management.


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