Help is now available for families and individuals with unmanageable debts.
In recent months, many have reached the point where they can no longer realistically get out of debt by themselves.
Thousands of people are reaching out. Their stories are often heartbreaking.
I tried to stop this early, but my credit card payments are almost as high as my mortgage.
I make decent money but everything leftover goes to interest. I owe $37,000 and my balance never seems to go down.
We can’t catch a break. Every time we make a little progress something happens and sets us back further. Don’t want to pay this for the next 20 years.
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Just file for bankruptcy.
I know good people who did it, but for me, it’s a last resort. I’d rather pay back something than nothing.
2 days ago at 8:14
We’re hearing from a lot of people that are trying hard to get out of debt, but the hole keeps getting deeper. It’s not easy right now.
I’m trying to stay strong for my kids, but I just can’t see a path out of this situation. I feel like I’ve run out of options
1 day ago at 3:34
You’re not alone. A lot of people don’t even know that they have assistance options for debt.

It’s your right to know what other California residents are doing to get out of debt, and it’s important to understand what’s working for them and what’s not.

California residents can find out here if their bills qualify for help.