Building a Healthier Future

High consumer debt is widespread in the U.S., affecting many households with extensive consequences. Beyond financial issues, it damages relationships, mental health, and wellness, posing a significant concern for the country's overall health and future.

Our mission: to promote nationwide well-being, one budget at a time.

Debt-trimental Facts:

of Americans report feeling anxious about their financial situation
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Source: Mind over Money survey by Capital One and The Decision Lab

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of divorces cited financial problems as a major contributor
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Source: National Library of Medicine (NIH)

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of credit card holders worry about their ability to pay the next bill
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Source: Forbes Advisory Survey, Feb 2023

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of people in problem debt also have a mental health diagnosis
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Source: Money and Mental Health Institute

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At Dealing with Debt, we are committed to addressing and resolving these challenges head-on.

DWD supports consumers at every stage. From preemptively equipping individuals with knowledge to prevent a personal debt crisis, to assisting those currently in a crisis navigate the debt resolution process, to helping consumers that have successfully navigated a crisis implement guard-rails and safety-nets to mitigate recurrence. Join us in our mission to empower consumers and foster healthier communities by promoting financial literacy.

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Short explainer about the three aspects we’re focusing on: Personal Finance, Professional Growth, and Stress & Wellness.

Our team guides and supports individuals through various life stages, offering tools to prevent or resolve debt, and achieve financial stability.

Before a Crisis

Education & Support

During a Crisis

Assessment & Guidance

After a Crisis

Guardrails and Safety Nets

Why DWD literacy programs are important for long-term financial health

Money habits begin forming by the age of 7

Source: University of Cambridge Study

Only 24 of 50 states require financial literacy class by grade 12

Source: Council for Economic Education

Educational Modules

Personal Finance
Types of borrowing
Interest rates &
“cost of funds”
Lenders &
the lending process
Credit bureaus & ratings
Purchasing power & equity

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Our financial literacy program features six structured courses that teach the fundamentals of budgeting, purchasing, and building equity.  Upon completion of the courses you will have foundational knowledge and skill to lead a financially healthy life.

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