Farmington Hills-based GreenPath Inc., a non-profit consumer credit counseling agency doing business as GreenPath Debt Solutions, announced  that it has acquired the assets of Consumer Credit Counseling Service of New Hampshire and Vermont. 

GreenPath is now providing free debt counseling and financial education from offices in Concord, Dover, Keene, Lebanon, Manchester, and Nashua, N.H., and in Barre, Burlington, and Rutland, Vt.

“We are looking forward to providing our GreenPath products and services to residents of New Hampshire and Vermont,” said Jane McNamara, GreenPath president and CEO. “CCCS of New Hampshire and Vermont’s long history of providing local services will continue and expand under the GreenPath name.”

Consumers can access GreenPath services in person, by phone or through the Internet. Services include debt and credit counseling, personalized budgeting, housing counseling, financial education, and bankruptcy counseling. GreenPath also offers debt management programs, which may help stop collection calls, lower interest rates, eliminate late fees and lower monthly payments. In addition, GreenPath staff will conduct community education outreach and workshops throughout the area. 

“Since 1972, CCCS of New Hampshire and Vermont has helped more than 100,000 people with their personal finances,” said Kerry York, group manager at GreenPath Debt Solutions and former executive director of CCCS of New Hampshire and Vermont. “We are excited about combining operations with GreenPath to provide even more efficient and effective products and services to our clients.” 

With the acquisition, GreenPath now offers face-to-face appointments at 55 offices in 10 states. The company also offers services by phone and Internet throughout the United States. For more information about GreenPath Debt Solutions, visit or call (866) 648-8122.


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