At Forgiven H.E.L.P. Inc., we take care to provide our clients services personalized for their individual needs. We are available by appointment.
We provide a variety of services which include:
Tutoring and homework help provided for students in the grades Kindergarten through 12th grade. Areas of weakness are strengthened through consistent tutoring support. Tutoring is provided Monday through Friday as needed from 4:30pm to 6:00pm.
School Supply Donations
Basic supplies provided for students in need of supplies. It is important that students are supplied with the tools to succeed. These donations are supplied by student sponsors or supply drives.
Designed to help change the way you think about and handle money. These classes teach the importance of budgeting, eliminating debt and keeping debt at bay, with a focus on saving. These classes are for anyone who desires to learn how to better manage their finances and establishing accountability connections.
This is an extension of the personal finance classes. After learning the importance of budgeting, sometimes it is hard to be consistent with keeping a budget. Budgeting Assistance provides individuals one on one help with setting up monthly budgets and coaching on how to adjust real-time as needed, while providing encouragement to stay on task with your budget no matter what.
The Forgiven HELP Scholarship Fund is awarded once a year to those pursuing an associate or bachelor’s degree at an accredited college or university. Selection is based on the overall strength of the application and essay. Individuals must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher on a four-point scale and provide an official transcript. Student must be a U.S. Citizen and Alabama resident.
GED Prep Classes & Testing Fee Assistance
Designed for those that desire to study for their GED but prefer a more intimate setting. This is for those that may feel intimidated or nervous about confronting and overcoming an area they may already feel defeated in. We will encourage them by building their esteem and confidence.
Workforce Development - Resume & Job Application Assistance
This area of assistance focuses on the need of individuals at a place of decision or transition in their lives. This assistance is available to those that are searching for employment or looking to change careers. We understand a resume or application alone provides employers with a brief look at the applicant. This assistance is in place to help job seekers put their best foot forward, by assisting with preparing professional resumes and well completed applications. We believe this will provide applicants a better opportunity to be chosen for an interview.
Workforce Development - Job Readiness Seminars
Some may never ask this question but may think of it often. How do I get started looking for a job? Research is the answer, but hard to do without computer experience.Although we live in an age where technology has taken over, there are many people that have yet embraced technology. These individuals are at a disadvantage when it comes to job searching. Applications are now completed via the internet. Our seminars are designed to prepare individuals for what to expect while they search for employment. Not only will they make them aware, these seminars will also teach them how to search for jobs and apply for them. In addition, letting job seekers know what employers are looking for, they will also prepare them to be someone desired by an employer. Other focuses for seminars are appearance and confidence.
P.O. Box 17200
1580 Sparkman Dr # 210