The Indiana Family Nutrition Program Making Your Food Dollars Work curriculum is designed to help low-income adults spend their food dollars wisely. The curriculum consists of four lessons that are most suited for one-on-one presentation, but they can easily be adapted for groups of up to 10 people. Each lesson stands on its own and should take about 10 or 15 minutes to complete. The lessons teach important concepts related to tracking income and expenses, comparison-shopping and impulse buying, meal planning, and the relationship between spending leaks and goal setting. All handouts and recipes are provided on a CD in both English and Spanish. Grocery store photos that accompany Lesson 2 are available as PDF files on the CD, and also are provided on a DVD. This is a companion curriculum to CFS-749, Small Steps to Health, a nine-lesson curriculum designed to help low-income adults improve their diet quality, food security, and family food safety.