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May 15, 2014

Credit service coming to Lockport

Niagara Gazette — Consumer Credit Counseling Service is launching its second Niagara County location in Lockport next week in partnership with the Dale Association. 

A ribbon cutting will be held for the new office at 10 a.m. on Tuesday. The office is located at 33 Ontario St., and the public is invited to attend the ribbon cutting, said Maureen A. Wendt, president and CEO of the Dale Association.

“We’re excited about this partnership which will enhance Niagara County’s ability to focus on the financial stability of families,” she said.

CCCS’s first office in Niagara County was opened in 2013 in Niagara Falls.

Citing the large number of Lockport households living under or near the poverty level, CCCS is looking to assist struggling families with taking control of their financial situations, the organization said in a press release. To that end, the organization launched the Niagara County Financial Literacy Coalition last fall. The coalition aims to provide financial coaching for low-income populations through partnerships with over 25 human service providers in the area. 

“Our goal is to provide the community with financial education that will help them attain security and success,” said Paul C. Atkinson, president and CEO of CCCS.

Being able to offer resources for low-income families to attain financial stability fits the Dale Association’s mission, Wendt said. 

“This has been a growing area of need for people of all ages in this community,” she said. 

Members of the public who wish to attend the ribbon cutting can RSVP to Tara Vogel at 712-2062.

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