Debt Relief Solutions & Financial Recovery Services

Debt relief is hard to navigate. Our financial coaches will help you understand your debt relief options so you can consolidate credit card debt, start a debt management program, settle your debt, or start building your credit.

Debt Consolidation Options

Debt Management Services

A Debt Management Plan (DMP) is often referred to as a nonprofit debt consolidation option. Your coach will let you know if a Debt Management Plan is the right debt solution for you. If it is, they’ll help get you enrolled in an in-house nonprofit Debt Management Program. Debt Management works by allowing your coach to work directly with your creditors to lower your interest rates and monthly payment to ultimately consolidate your unsecured debt into one monthly payment, paid directly to the agency, not your creditors.



What you should know:
  • Most Debt Management Plans require that you close your credit cards.
  • A DMP doesn’t directly impact your credit score, but can indirectly drop your score due to an increase in credit utilization (closing your accounts).
  • The average DMP will allow you to pay off your debt in about 3-5 years.

Debt Settlement Services

A debt settlement allows you or someone on your behalf to negotiate a lower debt amount with your creditors, meaning, you’ll ultimately pay back less than what you owe. If this is the right option for you, your coach will provide you with recommendations for the next steps to ensure you get the best debt relief option available.



What you should know:
  • In order to better negotiate your debt, it’s often recommended that you stop making payments and allow your accounts to go into default.
  • The debt settlement process will cause a decrease in your credit score, but not as much as some other alternatives like bankruptcy.
  • In order to negotiate a settlement, you’ll need to start saving up a lump sum of money to offer your creditors.

How our financial recovery services work

Credit & Debt provides access to our free debt management platform — Money Sensei — which helps you manage your money the best way possible.

Pair that with best-in-class financial coaching, and you’ll be on the road to financial recovery in no time. Whether you’re looking to consolidate your debt or just looking to get a question answered, we’re here to help.

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Who are the coaches?

With a 45-year history of financial coaching in the nonprofit industry, we are bringing something to the table that no else can: real people, real options, and real debt solutions!

Through our core values, all-in-one dashboard and personal coaching, we will always remain humble, empathetic, and compassionate, because that’s who we are — and that’s what you deserve.

Learn about our debt relief solutions

What is Debt Consolidation?

Debt consolidation works by combining your eligible debt into one balance. There are programs that allow you to consolidate your debt and there are also ways to DIY debt consolidation. During your financial coaching session, your coach will walk you through a variety of options and help you decide which debt relief solution is right for you.

Financial Coaching Services

Our qualified financial coaches will take a deep dive into your financial situation and provide personalized advice. They’ll answer any questions you may have and walk through the Money Sensei tool with you to show you how to use it to help keep track of your finances.

What you should know:


  • We provide access to the best debt relief coaches in the business– for free!

  • Depending on your needs, your coach may work with you and your creditors by forming realistic monthly payment plans, minimizing existing fees, stopping ongoing collection calls, and teaching you ways to pay off debt efficiently.

  • Coaching is always free and if you’re interested in a debt relief program, we partner with only the best debt relief companies out there. There’s no pressure when talking to a coach. Rather, we just want to make sure you know all your options and understand what might be the best path for you.