Credit Counseling & Debtor Education Information

Credit Counseling & Debtor Education Information

FOR CONSUMERS
Credit Counseling for Consumers
Debtor Education
The United States Trustee Program does not endorse or recommend any particular credit counseling agency or debtor education provider, or guarantee the quality of its counseling or instructional services.
 
FOR APPLICANTS
If you wish to apply for approval to provide nonprofit budget and credit counseling services, and/or post-filing debtor education, please click on the "Application, Instructions, and Appendices" links below.
Credit Counseling
Debtor Education

Quality of Service Review [PDF - 91 KB]

Remote Quality of Service Review [PDF - 431 KB]

Privacy Act Statement for Credit Counseling [PDF - 33 KB]

Privacy Act Statement for Debtor Education [PDF - 33 KB]

IMPORTANT INFORMATION


 

Second Federal Register Notices Regarding Renewal of Credit Counseling and Debtor Education Applications:

As required by the Office of Management and Budget and pursuant to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, the U.S. Trustee Program has published in the Federal Register two additional Notices of Agency Information Collection Activities. The Notices pertain to the renewal of the form Instructions, Applications and related Appendices used by Nonprofit Budget and Credit Counseling Agencies and Providers of Personal Financial Management Instructional Courses who apply to become authorized agencies or providers
   Credit Counseling Federal Register Notice dated April 25, 2022
   Debtor Education Federal Register Notice dated April 25, 2022

Judicial Districts:
   Locate Your Judicial District

Report Complaints:
   Report Complaint by Email
   202-514-4100

Credit Counseling Final Rule:
   EOUST-102 [PDF -690 KB]

Debtor Education Final Rule:
   EOUST-104 [PDF -511 KB]

Administrative decisions regarding credit counseling agencies and debtor education providers:
   Credit Counseling Agencies
   Debtor Education Providers

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