Consumer Credit Counseling Service Announces Free Virtual Workshops

Consumer Credit Counseling Service Announces Free Virtual Workshops:

“Dollars and Sense”—Budgeting & Debt Control

Consumer Credit Counseling Service (CCCS) continues to see people of all financial levels suffer as a result of the pandemic and encourages people to come to us, as soon as possible so we can help them access options for financial relief and provide some much needed encouragement during these times.

CCCS will help Western New York residents through free financial checkups by phone and through workshops to be held during June. CCCS has been providing free financial checkups since March and offering Virtual Workshops since April.

The “Dollars and Sense”—Budgeting & Debt Control Workshop will be held on Thursday June 4th at 1:00 pm

Topics include: 

Setting goals

Budgeting techniques

Creative ways to save

Debt control and the value of your money

The “Credit Counts”—Managing & Repairing Credit will be held on Thursday June 11th at 1:00 pm

Topics include: 

Credit Reporting

Managing Credit

Debt Pitfalls

Repairing Credit

Importance of Good Credit

To register for the workshop, you must email

For those interested in a free financial checkup by phone, call 712-2060 or visit A Certified Financial Counselor will help address your financial concerns and can assist in creating an emergency budget.  CCCS urges you to take some positive action that will help quell anxiety and potentially alleviate fears.

About CCCS

CCCS is a non-profit, full-service credit counseling agency, providing confidential financial guidance, financial education, counseling and credit repayment assistance to consumers since 1965.  CCCS of Buffalo helps consumers trim expenses, develop a spending plan and repay debts.  Counseling is available at our Main Office in West Seneca, in one of our Satellite Offices, by telephone and via Internet.  Visit for more information.


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