Mexican Consulate opens financial counseling office in the Bronx

Mexican New Yorkers are now able to get one-on-one financial counseling for the first time ever. The Mexican Consulate cut the ribbon Monday to its

The consulate partnered with Ariva, a South Bronx organization that helps low-income families.

The consulate partnered with Ariva, a South Bronx organization that helps low-income families. (3/11/14)

THE BRONX - Mexican New Yorkers are now able to get one-on-one financial counseling for the first time ever. 

The Mexican Consulate cut the ribbon Monday to its new financial counseling office, and it’s located right in the Bronx. 

The consulate is partnering with Ariva, a South Bronx organization that provides low-income families with effective tools and resources to make informed financial choices. 

The consulate will provide two Ariva representatives at the office so that residents can get financial help for free. 

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