Financial Counseling

Free Financial Counseling

Everyone who calls GreenPath receives a free financial counseling session. GreenPath’s professional counselors will listen respectfully and support you in reviewing your situation. The counselors will give you advice on budgeting and planning.

Credit Card Debt

Debt Counseling

The debt counseling session can be conducted over the phone. Or, if you prefer, you can meet with GreenPath in-person at one of their locations. No appointment is necessary for phone sessions. Scheduled appointments are required for in-person meetings.

  • Understand your financial situation and goals
  • Explain your debt management options
  • Offer recommendations for how to get out of debt
  • Develop a personalized action plan to meet your goals

Each year, GreenPath works with thousands of people to eliminate credit card debt. Their financial counselors help each person find the solution that works best for them. Learn more

Housing Counseling

Do you have questions about housing? Should you buy a home? Refinance your house? What if you can’t make your mortgage payments? Or your credit isn’t great? Or perhaps, you’re trying to stay in your home? For most of us, our home is one of the biggest factors in our budget. GreenPath can assist you with:

  • Foreclosure Prevention
  • Homebuyer Counseling
  • Reverse Mortgage
  • Renter’s Resources

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Student Loan Counseling

The numbers are astonishing. More than 44 million people owe student loans totaling over $1 trillion in student debt combined. On top of that borrowers face confusing repayment options. And if you make the wrong choice it could end up costing you more.

  • Student Loan Counseling (Free as part of GreenPath’s counseling services)
    Develop a customized plan to help you pay your bills and help you along your financial wellness journey.
  • Student Loan Enhanced Support ($200)
    This enhanced session is especially helpful if you’re in default or having trouble with your loan servicer(s).

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Credit Report Review

A strong credit score can open doors, but a poor credit score can be a hurdle. Lenders use your credit score to set your interest rate when you borrow money, which affects how much you will pay for the loan. It affects your credit card interest rate and the amount you pay for insurance. Information on your credit report can even be considered when you interview for a job.

  • Free Credit Report Review
    GreenPath’s NFCC-certified credit counselors can walk you through a free review of your credit report and answer your questions.
  • Access Your Free Credit Report
    Access your free reports at www.annualcreditreport.com. The reports are free, but expect to pay about $5 if you want to see your credit score.

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Credit Score Review