The Journey Program

Are you ready to take the first step towards significant life change?

Are you tired of feeling trapped in a seemingly endless cycle of financial stress? Do you feel that no matter how hard you work, you can never seem to create the life that you envision for yourself and your family? We want to walk alongside you on your journey as you design a roadmap to overcome your current financial crisis and create a life that you are proud of and feel excited to wake up to every day.

The Journey Program is a 12-week program designed to foster hope, break the cycle of financial stress, and plan for a self-sustaining future.

– Coaching as you set goals and work towards them with the support and prayer of a case manager
– Participation in Financial Peace University, a weekly group that has helped millions of people get out of debt and learn to wisely manage their finances
– Weekly groceries to focus on goals and save funds for other critical expenses
– Long-lasting support from other program participants while enrolled in Journey, and afterward through regularly held support group meetings
– Dinner and childcare will be provided at weekly group sessions

Sessions will be held in both English and Spanish.

For more information or if you are interested in joining us, please call 919-844-6676 x 156 or email

(SHORT STORY) Sara found that her fixed income was extremely limiting. The small amount of money she received each month wasn’t nearly enough to ensure she could pay her rent, utility bills, medical bills, or even pay for groceries. She started to lose hope and began falling behind on her bills. Before she knew it, she was thousands of dollars in debt. She didn’t realize how much the stress of the situation was impacting her both emotionally, physically, and spiritually. She had begun to disconnect from her family and friends because she felt ashamed of her situation. Sara had been visiting the North Raleigh Ministries food pantry when she found out about the Journey program. Upon meeting with a case manager, she found that there was hope for her situation. She was able to develop a plan to organize her finances and pay off her debt, even with a limiting budget. Months later, she found herself reconnecting with people and doing things that brought her joy. She felt motivated towards her goals and hopeful for the future.