About GreenPath Bankruptcy Services
GreenPath, Inc., is a national non-profit that supports people’s lifelong financial wellness. We have nearly 60 years of experience in guiding people through financial crisis. We have supported millions of people who are overwhelmed by debt, worried about losing their home or facing bankruptcy. We will always be there for people who need a guide in times of crisis.
We believe that financial wellness allows people to be happier, healthier and free to pursue their dreams. With financial wellness, families and communities are stronger and more stable.
We specialize in providing solutions, so we assist people with credit card debt, student loan debt, housing issues and bankruptcy concerns. Financial education is part of everything we do, and we also offer a wide variety of educational tools and resources.
We have teamed up with credit unions, community organizations, financial services, and technology organizations to influence positive change and make it easier for all of us to improve our financial health. Together, we improve and develop new products and services that work better for people.
Everyone deserves the chance to pursue their dreams. We empower people to make healthy financial choices that support their goals.
Last year, GreenPath helped more than 180,000 people in all 50 states. We serve the entire country by telephone and Internet. We also offer in-person services at more than 50 branch offices in 12 states including Michigan, New York, New Hampshire, Colorado, Florida, Texas, Vermont, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Arizona and Wyoming.
OUR CORE PURPOSE: Through financial knowledge and expertise, we provide high-quality products and services that enable people to enjoy a better quality of life.
36500 Corporate Drive
Farmington Hills, MI 48331-3429
Maryland License (14-47)
Memberships & Accreditation:
National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) – Member
Better Business Bureau – A+ Rating
Council on Accreditation (COA) – Accredited
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development – Approved housing counseling agency
U.S. Department of Justice – Approved provider of bankruptcy counseling and education
Homeownership Preservation Foundation – Partner
Considering Filing Bankruptcy
Step #1: Credit Counseling: this certificate is required to file for bankruptcy.
After You File Bankruptcy
Step #2: Debtor Education: this certificate is required to discharge debt.
If you have purchased the Debtor Education course click below to login and complete your course.