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Consumer Credit Counseling Service of the Midwest
Consumer Credit Counseling Service of the Midwest
Cleveland Office: 2800 Euclid Ave. #101
Cleveland,OH 44115
Phone: (216) 781-8624 x502
Fax: (216) 781-8554
Jay Seaton, President, CCCS of Northeastern Ohio

Services Offered

Credit/Budgeting
Saving/Investing/Wealth Building
Abusive Credit Practices/Predatory Lending Education
Financing a Major Purchase
Other Program Types
credit report reviews

Methods of Offering Services

Classes
Internet
One-On-One Counselling
Other Delivery Types
by phone

Target Audiences

Adults
School-age Children/Youth
Homebuyers/Homeowners
Neighborhood Residents

Areas Served

All Northeastern and Central Ohio area from Columbus north to Cleveland and east to Warren/Youngstown, including Mansfield, Akron, and Canton.

Program Description

Consumer Credit Counseling Service provides a broad range of financial education services and programs. These are offered through workshops, seminars, Web pages, and one-on-one sessions provided in person, by telephone, and on the Internet. We help people learn the skills of debt reduction, money management, wise credit use, and wealth building. Because of our strong community focus, we work with many area organizations to increase the financial literacy of the communities we serve. MoneyStyle is our Web-based financial education program found at www.moneystyle.net *For counseling appointments please call 1-800-355-2227.

Programs and Fees

Materials and Publications

Credit When Credit Is Due Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, AARP, and HUD materials Publications available through the Federal Trade Commission

Mission and/or Goals

Our mission is to help people achieve financial success through effective debt reduction, money management, wise credit use, and wealth building skills.
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