Build a better money plan with our Financial Wellness Workshops

Town & Country is committed to helping our members and neighbors in the community build better lives and reach their financial goals. We provide tools and programs to empower people to better understand money. With our Financial Wellness Workshops, you can build a plan to take you from where you are today to where you want to be tomorrow. 

Financial Wellness Workshops

Uncoupling Your Money in Separation and Divorce

If you are contemplating separation or divorce from your partner or spouse or are in the midst of this life changing experience, chances are you have many questions and concerns about money. 

Town & Country Federal Credit Union has teamed up with The Kids First Center to help answer some of the most common questions separating and divorcing couples and families have when it comes to their personal finances.

In this workshop, you will hear about why and how to "uncouple" your personal finances to help establish your new life. You will learn about building a budget to fit your new lifestyle, explore the question of "should I keep the house", what you can do to protect your credit and more. There will also be plenty of time for questions. 

The workshop will be offered on two dates in March. 

Saturday, March 21st – 9:00 to 10:30 am

Tuesday, March 31st – 2:00 to 3:30 pm

Speakers: Laurie Nielsen, Loan Specialist and Chelsea Torrey, Mortgage Loan Officer (NMLS#1618414), Town & Country Federal Credit Union

This is a no charge event, but pre-registration is required.

Light refreshments will be available. 

Register today for this free event!

This event is first come first serve and space is limited.

If you have any questions please contact

Cancer and Financial Health

A cancer diagnosis can be life changing, taking an emotional and physical toll on cancer patients and their families. For many people, the financial impact of cancer is also a daunting reality.

That is why Town & Country Federal Credit Union is collaborating with The Dempsey Center to present Cancer and Financial Health, a workshop designed to answer these questions and more.

Cancer patients may have many financial questions. How do I pay for treatment and medication? What can I do with my mounting debt? Can my credit union or bank help? What do I do if I can’t work? What community resources can help me with the financial burden of cancer?

A panel of local experts will help you learn about and better manage financial challenges that may arise during and after cancer treatment. The evening will include time for you to ask questions of panel members.

Thursday, March 26, 2020, 5:00 – 6:30 PM


Tori Lavoie, Financial Advocate Manager, New England Cancer Specialists – Optimizing Insurance and Access to Medication
Nicole Lemieux, Branch Manager, Town & Country Federal Credit Union – Coping with the Financial Impact of Cancer
Elizabeth Newport, Public Affairs Specialist, Social Security Administration – Understanding Social Security and Disability Insurance
Karen Page, LSW, Cancer Resource Coordinator, Dempsey Center – Community Resources

Register today for this free event!

This event is first come first serve and space is limited.

If you have any questions please contact

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