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We create hope by helping people identify and secure the most important assets in their lives.
Welcome to Clarifi, the non-profit community resource devoted to your Lifelong Financial Literacy. Over five decades, we've helped people just like you identify the most important assets in their lives.
Originally known since 1966 as Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Delaware Valley (CCCS), our organization has its roots in helping people who are struggling with debt. We clarify what can be a complex and confusing situation and customize an action plan that can begin right then and there.
This may include a debt management plan that helps people find the discipline required to see their way to a clear financial future. Or an intervention with their mortgage company to stop a potential foreclosure and get the payments back on track. It all starts with an immediate reaction to the individual problem, followed by a long-term transformation to Lifelong Financial Literacy.
Our history is a springboard for higher aspirations. We have evolved our mission and expanded our services to provide pro-active learning programs that empower people to make smarter decisions about money throughout their lives.
We believe everyone should have access to the information and technology required to take control of their personal financial wellbeing, no matter their economic status. We like to think of what we do as "financial planning for the rest of us".
People look to Clarifi for any number of empowering, proactive financial literacy programs:
- Counseling before a home is purchased. So a new homebuyer can enter this next phase of life enlightened about exactly how to maintain it.
- Women find a like-minded community of support in a series of specifically designed programs we call Financially Hers.
- Seniors discover how they can attain and maintain true financial security through any number of Clarifi’s uniquely focused learning programs.
- Families can learn financial discipline from sticking to a household budget to planning for the high cost of higher education.