Asset Building

Asset Building

Knowledge of key financial concepts and skills, along with access to safe, affordable banking services, fosters greater financial stability for people and communities. - FDIC Website

Financial Assets

MAHUBE-OTWA provides a variety of programs and assistance to help families gain financial literacy, increase assets, and decrease debt.

Physical Assets

Obtaining and maintaining the homes we live in and the vehicles we drive are two of the typically most expensive purchases people will make throughout their lifetime. That’s why it’s important to ask for help.

  • MAHUBE-OTWA coordinates local contractors who provide home and chore support services that help seniors and disabled persons live independently. Services include yard work, snow removal, and house cleaning.
  • Energy Assistance helps renters and homeowners pay their heating bills and reconnect heat in the event of a shutoff. The program can also provide emergency repair and replacement of broken heating systems. The Energy Assistance Program / (
  • Weatherization provides home improvement and repairs to help lower energy costs and improve energy efficiency. Services include attic and insulation repairs, furnace and water heater repairs and replacements, and reduction of air leakage. Weatherization Assistance Program / (
  • Automobiles: New or Used – Buy or Lease For help with your Physical Assets
Social Capital

Humans are social creatures – we live in community. Our social networks provide so much value that they are sometimes called “social capital”. A strong social support network can be critical to help you through the stress of tough times; the lack of social support can lead to isolation and loneliness.