National Guard

Financial Counseling


Assist Nevada service members and their families from all branches to manage their personal finances, resolve financial problems, and reach their financial goals.  Utilize one-on-one confidential consultations, training classes, workshops, briefings and support to attain pro-active personal financial management, reduce money-related stress, and achieve financial readiness.


PFC Program Counselors provide education, support and assistance on personal finance solutions and access to personal financial counseling. PFC services include professional, individualized financial planning and consultation services, including assistance with money management, credit and debt liquidation, analysis of assets and liabilities, and establishing and building savings plans.

PFC services are designed to support short and long term financial needs, plans and goals. PFC Program Counselors help service members and their families develop realistic spending plans, reduce debt, save for the future, and attain both "wants" and needs.

In cases of extreme financial hardship, the Counselor ensures that service members and their families are referred to the appropriate military organization or resource for additional assistance. Additionally, Financial Counselors conduct command-requested training that addresses financial planning for family separation, short notice deployments, permanent change of station, and transition from the military. PFC Program Counselors assist service members and their families with personal financial readiness.


Financial Counselor: David KellyOffice# 775.223.9751