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Consumer Credit Counseling Service , Inc.

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Consumer Credit Counseling Service , Inc.

1201 W. Walnut

Salina, Kansas, 67402

United States

Company Description

Consumer Credit Counseling Service, Inc. was established in Salina, Kansas in 1985 and has expanded to having a full time office in Wichita. Counseling services are offered free of charge. CCCS also offers low cost educational programs geared toward the preven...more

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http://www.kansas.com/news/business/article12508460.html

Ryan Deitchler, a counselor for the nonprofit Consumer Credit Counseling, also volunteers to do tax preparation in the United Way of the Plains VITA program.
He said that tax refund season is huge for paying down or paying off debts. People will come in - sometimes at the order of the bankruptcy court - to talk about how to handle their difficult financial situation, and he'll let them know he also does taxes for free, and he'll ask what their intention is for the refund. They have to do what they think is best, he said - sometimes another car or a medical procedure is a higher priority - but most are anxious to pay debts. For many, he said, it presents a once-a-year opportunity for some peace of mind. "Most of the people I talk to, maybe 80 or 90 percent, use the refund to pay off debt," he said. "It's very common this time of year."


http://www.kwch.com/news/kwch-news-dmh-program-offers-financial-help-for-homeowners-20110711,0,1065592.story

"The biggest thing is that it was meant to fill a void the other assistance programs weren't able to help with," explains Ryan Deitchler with Consumer Credit Counseling Service.
CCCS is handling some of the applications for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The program targets those who've lost a job and at least 15 percent of their income. They have to also be at least 90 days behind on their mortgages. "They have funds set specifically aside for rural areas," said Deitchler.


http://www.kansas.com/2010/12/27/1648686/as-bills-roll-in-make-plan-for.html

If the bills get out of control, here are some tips from Ryan Deitchler, a certified credit counselor with Consumer Credit Counseling Service Inc. in Wichita.
"Instead of making payments on six or seven accounts, you're making payments on two or three," Deitchler said. * Balance transfer offers might seem enticing, but they only will work if it's a new card and you're disciplined enough not to accrue more debt on the card, Deitchler said. "The trick with the balance transfers is to know what the fees are," he said.


http://www.kansas.com/2010/07/08/1394921/sedgwick-county-foreclosures-up.html

"The top reason is jobs, or the lack thereof," said Ryan Deitchler, housing counselor for Consumer Credit Counseling Service.
But, he said, the same factors that pushed people into foreclosure in good times also remain: death, divorce and high medical bills.


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