Improve Your Financial Health with SDCCU's Financial Wellness Wednesdays

NEWS // January 12, 2018

Improve Your Financial Health with SDCCU's Financial Wellness Wednesdays

San Diego County Credit Union has partnered with San Diego County Libraries in support of Live Well San Diego to host Financial Wellness Wednesdays. From January through March, SDCCU will host Financial Wellness Wednesdays seminars at local libraries on a variety of topics aimed at improving financial health.

“There is no better time than the New Year to get your finances on track to start working toward your goals for a successful financial future and SDCCU is here to help,"said SDCCU President and CEO Teresa Halleck. "We are proud to once again partner with the San Diego County Library System to bring financial wellness seminars to many neighborhoods throughout the county. We encourage everyone to start the year off right by attending a Financial Wellness Wednesdays presentation.” 

SDCCU representatives will present on a variety of topics that include: Ten Simple Steps to Financial Success (also touches on wills and trusts); Understanding Credit Reports; Preventing Identity Theft & Scams; Building a Better Budget; Rebuilding After a Financial Crisis; Teens & Money; College Financing 101; First-Time Home Buyers; Planning for Money Milestones; The Psychology of Spending; Raising a Money Smart Kid; Safeguarding Kids’ Identity & Online Privacy; and Using Your Home’s Equity.

To view the presentation and topic schedule, visit

As San Diego’s largest locally-owned financial institution and a Live Well San Diego partner, SDCCU is dedicated to improving overall economic well-being by engaging in several financial wellness efforts.

“SDCCU is committed to helping individuals make educated decisions by delivering some the best financial products, services and education,” said Halleck.

​Research shows that poor financial health can often lead to diminished physical health. By working together, SDCCU is changing these statistics and improving the financial health of communities throughout the San Diego region.

For access to financial wellness resources, visit