01/16/2015 - ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions

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ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions (CCCS) provides consumers with budget, debt, and housing advice. CCCS is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia with more than 50 branches across the country. ClearPoint counselors help consumers identify the causes of their individual financial problems and make a plan to address them. Services are available by phone and Internet nationally, or by one-on-one counseling at branch locations. With a mission to promote consumer health through financial education, ClearPoint offers a range of tools, calculators, quizzes, e-books, and videos at clearpointccs.org, as well as a full suite of interactive online modules at ClearPoint U. ClearPoint partners with credit unions in this effort, as well as Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy®.  

ClearPoint UniversityClearPoint University (ClearPoint U) is an online resource that offers a series of courses that teach the basics of budgeting, credit, housing, loans, and debt management at no cost.  Courses are self-paced and would be a great resource for college students and young adults. Students can choose their goal, learn, and take course tests, which are provided.

Student Loan Counseling — Student loans are weighing many people down, and some consumers don’t see a way out. ClearPoint offers a student loan counseling session at no cost that will give individuals the opportunity to discuss their options with a counselor who can give personalized recommendations about repayment programs they might qualify for, along with other suggestions to make the debt more manageable. For more info check out www.clearpointcreditcounselingsolutions.org/credit-debt/student-loan-counseling/.

ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions is committed to promoting financial literacy with a mission to promote consumer health through financial education. CCCS is looking to build awareness of initiatives and expand the reach and distribution of program materials.  


  • Life After Debt

In 2014, ClearPoint celebrated 50 years of providing counseling and financial education to American consumers. As part of this celebration, ClearPoint hosted the Life After Debt campaign, which highlighted stories of consumers who have paid off debt, alongside those who are still on their financial journeys. The campaign also included ClearPoint  staff asking teachers’ to give their “favorite financial lesson” during the Jump$tart Coalition National Educator Conference. You can see the compilation video here, www.clearpointcreditcounselingsolutions.org/recap-the-jumptart-national-educator-conference/.

  • Penny Pincher

The Penny Pincher page on Facebook and  the ClearPointCCS YouTube channel  have a fun and engaging take on financial education. Follow Penny on Facebook and watch Penny in the animated music video series “Where did the money go?” on YouTube. This series and the other videos in the ClearPoint collection can be used in the classroom.   

Allie Vered
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