ALBERTA CREDIT COUNSELLING

FIND AN ALBERTA CREDIT COUNSELLING AGENCY

Our Alberta credit counselling members provide free and confidential credit counselling services for anyone seeking debt counselling, information on how to consolidate debt, budgeting help or money management assistance. An appointment with a certified credit counsellor will equip you with the resources and tools necessary to successfully manage your finances.

A certified credit counsellor will be happy to:

  • Provide an assessment of your financial position
  • Explore pros and cons of debt management solutions
  • Work with you to develop a money management plan to reach your financial goals
  • Provide you tips and tools to succeed financially
  • Refer you to additional community services, if required

All of the Alberta credit counselling members listed below are charitable, not-for-profit agencies.This means they are not in the business of making money, but providing impartial financial assistance to Canadian consumers. All agencies have met our accreditation measures, assuring the the highest ethical standards and best business practices. This guarantees an excellent credit counselling experience. Combined, the Alberta credit counselling members have over 40 years of experience helping consumers!

The credit counsellor I saw was very knowledgeable and helped me better understand my financial situation, it is nice to have services like this available to help people that need the help and will make good use of it.’’- Credit Counselling Client

Alberta Credit Counselling Agencies

If you live in an area where there is no physical office location, we recommend that you contact the office closest to you. Our members can provide remote telephone and virtual counselling. Alberta credit counselling members are ready to serve you. Get in contact today!

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