Homeowner Education I and II 

Covers the Tulsa Habitat mortgage process, as well as appraisals and why they are needed, homeowner insurance and the difference types available to homeowners. Course conducted for 7 hours each period in one day.  THFH staff present, as well as the various field experts.

Home Buyer Education I 

Credit and Budgeting 

Mortgage Process

Shopping for a Home with a realtor

Fair Housing

Homeowner Insurance 

Closing day, title company

Homeownership Counseling 

Home Buyer Education II 


Home inspections


Home repair

Lawn Care 

Tulsa County Assessor

Money Management I and Money Management II 

Covers budgeting, credit repair, banks and banking, interest, car purchase, retirement.  Course is taught by MidFirst Bank staff and conducted in modules over a two-day period.

Money Management I

Money Value

Its’ Your Money

Building Your Spending Plan

It’s Your Credit

Money Management II 

Mortgage Financing Process 

Fraud/Identity Theft 

Financing A Car 

How to Choose and Finance the Right Car  

Good Neighbor 

Course covers important information to keep you on the right side of the city and your neighbors – yard maintenance, trash and debris, inoperable motor vehicles, parking, illegal business, fencing, and trees.  Course is conducted by Karen Gilbert, Exec. Dir. of Crime Commission, on a Thursday night over a 1 ½ hours.

Well Being 

Course covers the existing program offer by Health Department for the Well Being of the families, including mosquito program, Wic and nutrition services, free health program for class moms and kids, vaccination services. duration 1 hour.

Banking 101 

Course will teach about the various products and services offered by most banks, about basic loans, including consumer and commercial loans, offered by banks and the characteristics of each loan type. Also, will cover the importance of deposits to the bank and the various types of deposits that the bank offers. Class duration 1 ½ hours.