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Episode 12

Season 1 Episode 112 | 26m 46s

Returning to Dollywood for a meeting with the Opportunity Coaches and host Ronaldo Hardy, the families share updates on their financial journeys. Coaches ask hard questions to see if the changes will stick.

Aired: 10/26/22 | Expires: 03/13/23
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
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The coaches show the families how to find nonprofits to help them get ahead.
Opportunity Knock$ as the families are presented with $30,000 to reach bigger goals.
The families use The Opportunity Finder to identify help in their communities.
The Opportunity Coaches travel to LA, Tampa, and Philadelphia to meet families.
The Opportunity Coaches travel to Lake Charles, El Paso, and Raleigh to meet families.
The families build financial resilience by using tools provided by their coaches.
Families wrap up their initial coaching sessions and start to work on their goals.
Families work with Opportunity Coaches who provide tips to get their finances on track.
Six families travel to Dollywood to meet Opportunity Coaches to help change their lives.
Families strengthen their financial foundation by visiting resources in their communities.
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The coaches return and see how far the families have come on their journey.
Families move forward with their goals and use a new tool called The Opportunity Coach.
Using the coaches' tools the families now have the skills to be successful on their own.
The families successfully follow their financial plans and we see the changes.
The coaches show the families how to find nonprofits to help them get ahead.
The families use The Opportunity Finder to identify help in their communities.
Families strengthen their financial foundation by visiting resources in their communities.
When paycheck to paycheck doesn’t cut it one family might lose their home.
Six families on the brink of financial ruin anxiously prepare to get help.
When the coaches arrive the stakes are high. Is it too late for one family?