Family Counseling of Columbus is proud to partner with American Center for Credit Education (ACCE) to provide quality, nationally-recognized financial education courses. Please click on the icon(s) below to register and complete the courses. *NOTE - We do not provide bankruptcy education for Alabama residents*
A 12-lesson, comprehensive introduction to basic money management, covering topics such as creating a workable budget and understanding credit, loans, and leases.
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To file or not to file is one of the most serious financial decisions you will ever make. It is critical that you fully understand possible alternatives to make the best decision for your financial circumstances. Starting in 2005, you are required to complete a pre-filing counseling session, and a certificate of completion must be given to your attorney if you decide to file for bankruptcy.
Once you file for bankruptcy, the 2005 legislation also requires you to take and complete a short financial management course before your debts are discharged by the court. Topics include:
All courses currently available in-house. ONLINE access coming soon!
Designed to educate and assist parents in helping their children navigate successfully through the divorce process. Topics include loss and grief, avoiding problems inherent in the divorcing process, effective ways to co-parent, how developmental stages may impact children’s reactions, and other relevant issues. This seminar satisfies Georgia and Alabama state requirements for divorcing parents with children under 18.
This workshop is geared towards providing individuals with the tools and skills necessary to manage their emotions. The course is open to any individual, 18 and above, and mandated referrals satisfy court, probation, and employer requirements.
A comprehensive workshop using a structured curriculum, designed to help families gain insight, knowledge, and practical tools in areas of parenting concerns. The course is open to any parent or guardian ages 18 and above, and also accommodates parents referred by social services and/or the legal system in order to meet mandated requirements.
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