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About Heather Korth
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Entries by Heather Korth
Credit card debt is unfortunately a likely outcome for people who are affected by disasters as the recovery process is long, expensive, and can put a significant financial strain on a family. Our friends at LendEDU put together this great resource on real solutions for getting out of credit card debt… it is possible! Credit […]
In the last blog, I discussed the nuts and bolts of renters insurance and how affordable it is… so there’s no excuse not to have it! And while renters insurance can be very helpful, if you don’t know how to use it, it can end up being a tremendous headache.
Our Front Porch’s Maggie Babyak was interviewed for this Denverite article. “Our Front Porch, a Denver-based nonprofit founded four years ago, helped train the Love INC navigators. Our Front Porch was co-founded by social worker Babyak, who said caregivers can end up feeling as traumatized as those they are trying to support. Babyak urges helpers — […]
Guest Blogger: Jeff Gitlen, LendEDU Renters insurance is highly underrated and often overlooked. So when we came across this blog Jeff Gitlen wrote, originally published on the LendEDU blog, we just had to share his straightforward explanation and research on just how little a policy actually costs (HINT: it’s about the cost of a pizza!). […]
Guest Blogger: Paxton Leibold, Our Front Porch 2017-2018 Intern Coming into this internship, I did not know what to expect. I had little to no clinical experience, I had never worked with the ‘short term’ homeless population nor clients who had severe trauma, and I honestly did not know how to do case management, let […]
Guest Blogger: Taylar McCoy, Our Front Porch 2017-2018 Intern While working at Our Front Porch I have been able to hone some really useful skills, but one thing seems to stick out the most. Our Front Porch has given me an outlet to truly understand the difference between sympathy and empathy. Some people see these […]
Maggie’s Perspective As one of my favorite Phish lyrics states, “I see the path ahead of me and in a minute I’ll be free”. I am now free and living the so-called American Dream. It has been two months since I joined OFP full time and it is amazing. I work for myself, make my […]