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Who We Are

We are the nation’s oldest network of nonprofit financial counselors, and we have a long history of serving the military community. Our counselors are experts in money management and debt repayment and can help you navigate the additional challenges you may be facing. Our mission is to help all service members, veterans, and their families gain control over their finances.rnrnWe support a network of committed member agencies to deliver high-quality, practical financial education and counseling services. Our 1,500+ NFCC certified credit counselors serve 50 states and all U.S. territories, empowering millions of consumers to take charge of their finances. Credit counselors offer one-on-one financial reviews that address credit card debt, student loans, housing decisions, and overall money management.

How We Help

Managing Debt
Budget assistance
Budgeting Assistance
Getting mortgage ready
Getting Mortgage Ready
avoiding foreclosure
Avoiding Foreclosure and Eviction

How It Works

Whatever your income or financial situation, we have counselors ready to help you with a personalized action plan and resources.

Step 1

Connect with a counselor for a confidential consultation


Step 2

Review your financial goals and discuss your budget


Step 3

Create a personalized action plan