Credit unions have long played an important role in counseling their members as part of their historic commitment to serving people of modest means. But the growing complexity of modern financial markets demands professionally trained and certified financial counselors. Today, as millions of Americans face the threat of foreclosure and millions more struggling to keep current on their payments, credit union members will look for guidance, advice and counseling from a source they've learned to trust: their credit union.
As a HUD-approved National Housing Counseling Intermediary, the Federation is committed to expanding the capacity of credit unions to provide accurate, timely and consistent guidance to members. Our national Credit Union Housing Counseling Project has three goals:
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