Our certified professionals are here to help and will take the time to:
- Understand your financial situation and goals
- Develop a customized budget
- Explain your options
- Offer recommendations for how to get out of debt
- Develop an action plan for moving forward
The debt counseling session can be conducted in-person or over the phone. Scheduled appointments are available, but no appointment is necessary.
If you’re stressed about credit card debt, you may qualify for a GreenPath Debt Management Plan. Or you may just need advice and money management tools for paying your debts on your own.
People often find it difficult to dial the phone and ask for help. Your call will be answered by a caring, compassionate expert who will treat you with care and respect. We’re committed to your financial success.
The sooner you call, the sooner we can help you take control of your financial future.
How much does a debt counseling session cost?
There is no cost. Debt counseling and credit counseling are free.
What is the difference between credit counseling and debt counseling?
There is no difference. The terms “credit counseling” and “debt counseling” both refer to the session in which we work to understand your financial situation and explore options to help you get out of debt.
How long does a counseling session take?
The initial credit counseling or debt counseling session usually takes about an hour, possibly up to 90 minutes depending on your situation.
Do I need to make an appointment?
No, an appointment is not necessary. GreenPath professionals are standing by to serve you by phone. However, appointments are required for in-person services.
What if I don’t have time to conduct a credit counseling session now?
No problem. We can schedule an appointment for a more convenient time.
What will I need for my initial credit counseling session?
Please have copies of recent bill statements handy. We’ll also need to know how much money you and your spouse and/or financial partner bring home each month.
Will you keep my information confidential?
Yes, absolutely. We do not report information to the credit bureaus. And we will not share your information with anyone without your permission. If you begin a debt management program, we will obtain your consent before we propose payment arrangements to your creditors.