This fall, Consumer Credit Counseling Services (CCCS) of Forsyth County began life anew as Financial Pathways of the Piedmont.
On Tuesday, November 13 the organization’s new sign was unveiled at its Winston-Salem headquarters.
Earlier in September at a gala luncheon, 170 distinguished friends and supporters came together to celebrate the milestone. Winston-Salem
mayor Allen Joines spoke, thanking the staff for their service to the community and proclaiming it “CCCS Day.”
When Financial Pathways was founded, it focused primarily on helping people resolve debt and credit issues. Today it provides a wide array
of programs to serve both the economic challenges and the financial aspirations of individuals and families. The new name also represents the
organization’s heartfelt belief that a wise financial path can improve the lives of individuals and families.
Financial Pathways is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and welcomes donations.