Financial Information Centers

The listing contains financial information centers. The directory is not a complete listing of all financial information centers. Please call 211 to find more financial information centers in your area.

Payment Partner

Payment Partner is a program that provides representative payee services to persons receiving checks from the Social Security Administration and bill-paying services for community members in general.  Services provided include paying bills, budgeting, and money management in general.

Financial Information & Service Center (FISC)

Financial Information & Service Center (FISC) is a program designed to help people find peace of mind and self-sufficiency through financial planning, education and counseling. FISC provides services such as debt management plans, educational workshops, individual and family financial/budget/credit counseling, and long-term assistance.

TRUE LINK CARD

Our innovative, reloadable card and easy-to-use software are transforming the way substance and alcohol rehabilitation centers across the continuum of care work with families and clients to manage spending.

The True Link Card allows families and friends to provide funds to clients in a secure and transparent fashion. With customizable spending parameters, you can help determine where, when, and how much money can be spent via the online dashboard-while the client is able to purchase what they need safely, supporting their path to recovery.

Debtors Anonymous

Debtors Anonymous offers hope for people whose use of unsecured debt causes problems and suffering. We come to learn that compulsive debting is a spiritual problem with a spiritual solution, and we find relief working the D.A. recovery program based on the Twelve-Step  principles.

The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop incurring unsecured debt. Even if members are not in debt, they are welcome in D.A. Our Fellowship is supported solely through contributions made by members; there are no dues or fees.

Catholic Charities

The Financial Health Program's insightful, experienced and certified counselors can help you put the pieces of your budget together through services such as:

  • Personal one-on-one counseling/coaching to help you meet your financial goals.
  • Assessment of your current financial situation. This includes a review of your budget and credit history.
  • Information and advice about various programs available to help you achieve your goals.

Lutheran Social Services

LSS Financial Counseling offers an array of services that will assist in developing financial literacy. These services include the following areas of expertise.

  • Budget and Debt Counseling
  • Debt Management Plans
  • Credit Report Review
  • Financial Education

American Consumer Credit Counseling (ACCC)

Call for a FREE Debt and Budget Evaluation 1-800-769-3571

American Consumer Credit Counseling (ACCC) is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization offering confidential credit counseling and financial education services to consumers nationwide. ACCC is dedicated to helping people regain control of their finances and plan for a debt-free future. Founded in 1991 ACCC has over 16 years of counseling experience and has a staff of professionally trained and certified credit counselors who assist consumers in providing workable solutions for their financial problems. ACCC recognizes that financial difficulties are often not the result of poor spending habits, but more frequently from extenuating circumstances beyond ones control. ACCC works with consumers to establish a realistic plan to help them reduce their debt and regain financial stability.