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A Health Intervention in Low Income Single Mother Households

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Finances First: A Health Intervention in Low Income Single Mother Households

The purpose of this prospective, randomized, controlled three-year study is to compare the effect of a year-long financial education program versus usual care on health outcomes in single mother low income households.

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Behavioral - Financial Education

Participants randomized to financial education will undergo a year long financial education. This involves 9 weeks of weekly classes followed by one on one coaching for a year.

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Finances First: A Health Intervention in Low Income Single Mother Households. A Prospective, Randomized, Controlled Trial to Assess the Effect of Financial Education on Health Outcomes in Single Mother Households.

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NCT03035240

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Yern4e