MFS Ways to Work & Financial Education Programs Helping Those in Need

Check out this great article from the Portland Tribune highlighting MFS Ways to Work and Financial Education programs! “Some banks, credit unions and churches offer small, short-term cash advances as an alternative to a payday loan. Portland-based Metropolitan Family Services’ Ways to Work program helps low- and moderate-income individuals buy, refinance or repair cars with…


(Video) Family Resource Navigator at Earl Boyles is Empowering Families

Josué Peña-Juárez, the MFS Family Resource Navigator at Earl Boyles Elementary School is doing outstanding work!

“Peña-Juárez is building relationships with families, helping them access resources and services they need and, ultimately, empowering them to support their children’s healthy development and educational achievement.”

In a recent article by The Children’s Institute, Josué is highlighted for his one-of-a-kind position at the public school.

Check out the video after the jump!