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Credit Counseling
​CCCS provides confidential, one-on-one, comprehensive money management counseling. Counseling is provided either in person or by telephone. Forms and information are also available on-line. There is no fee for this service.

For the appointment, we ask that a Budget Information Form, Privacy Policy, and the Statement of Counseling Services form be reviewed and completed.  

For your convenience, we have an online budget form that you can fill out to start your counseling session.  Once your information is complete and has been submitted to our office we will then contact you to set up an appointment time. Please print a copy of the completed form for your records. To access the forms and fill them out online click here.

Printable budgets forms are also available  Counseling Forms -- pdf document

​PDF documents require Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print forms. Free Adobe Acrobat Reader can be downloaded by clicking on the logo.
​If you are mailing your information to our office, please include the completed Budget Information Form, Statement of Counseling Services, Privacy Statement, and a copy of government photo ID (i.e. driver’s license) to either of the offices below:

CCCS                                                                   or                                                       CCCS
P.O. Box 843                                                                                                                  105 S. Broadway Ste 900
Salina, Kansas 67402                                                                                                  Wichita, KS 67202
​Please keep a copy of all documents for your records. 
You are also welcome to fax your information to our office:

Salina fax # 785-827-8280

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