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Vermont credit counseling.

If you need help paying debts, bills, or your mortgage in Vermont, try contacting a non-profit credit counseling agency. Most of the organizations are also federal government HUD certified. The non-profits are committed to helping Vermont residents gain control of their financial situation, and some of the services they administer may be offered for free to qualified clients.

Individuals can communicate face to face, over the phone or the internet for confidential counseling. Some of the services offered by the organizations include credit card debt management, credit repair, bankruptcy counseling, debt consolidation and foreclosure prevention. The goal of the non-profits is to help individuals deal with their bills and debts, and this can include assisting them with lowering their interest rates, help them eliminate late fees and therefore lower monthly payments. Also many community education outreach, budgeting sessions and workshops are operated across Vermont.

Windham And Windsor Housing Trust
Address: 68 Birge Street
Brattleboro, Vermont 05301
Main phone number - (802) 254-4604

Gilman Housing Trust
PO Box 259
LYNDONVILLE, Vermont 05851-0259

CVOEO, Financial Futures
255 South Champlain Street
Burlington, Vermont 05401
(802) 860-1417





Springboard Nonprofit Consumer Counseling
(800) 431-8456
While they do not have any local offices in Vermont, this is one of the nation’s leading non-profit credit counseling agencies. They are also federal government HUD certified organization.

Greenpath Debt Solutions - Burlington
41 IDX Drive, Suite 210
South Burlington, Vermont 05403
(888) 776-6735
Greenpath has a few offices around the state of Vermont. Programs offered can include helping clients enter into a debt management plan for assisting with credit card and medical debts. Get advice on filing for bankruptcy. Also make an appointment to meet with a HUD certified housing counselor to get help with paying your home mortgage and learn about government mortgage programs, as well as options offered by banks.

Incharge Debt Solutions
Phone number - (800) 565-8593

Money Management International, Inc.
(877) 964-2227

Rutland office of GreenPath, Inc.
Address: 26 West Street
Rutland, Vermont 05701
Talk to this non-profit to learn about debt reduction and management plans. These programs can lower interest rates, waive fees, and help Vermont families deal with credit card and medical bills.

Urgent Credit Counseling, Inc.
Main phone number - 866-233-1940

Windham And Windsor Housing Trust - Springfield Office
90 Main Street
Springfield, Vermont 05156
(802) 254-4604
Focuses on various housing programs. Seniors can learn about reverse mortgages. Offers programs and advice for first time homebuyers. Also, if you own your home now, you may qualify for free foreclosure prevention from this HUD certified non-profit housing agency.

Opportunities Credit Union
Main office - 25 Winooski Falls Way, Suite 203
WINOOSKI, Vermont 05404-2269
Phone number - 802-654-4540

Barre office of Greenpath Debt Solutions
84 South Main Street
Barre, Vermont 05641
Toll free number - (888) 776-6735
Offers the same financial assistance, budgeting, and advice as the other local Greenpath offices referenced above.




By Jon McNamara

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