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A Self-Sufficiency Highlight: You can do it too!

Kamekia Hart.JPGSeveral years ago, Action Pathways Self-Sufficiency program started to help a young, single woman by the name of Kamekia Hart. At the time, Ms. Hart was working part-time at a fast-food restaurant, could not afford health insurance but still made too much money to qualify for Medicaid. She was struggling to stay afloat and living check to check. She wanted the opportunity to do more with her life, but did not know where or how to begin without the resources to support her determination.

Take a look at how Action Pathways Self-Sufficiency program helped Ms. Hart tackle her legal troubles and get on the path towards realizing her goals; feeding her belief that all things are possible with faith and determination. 

Self-Sufficiency: Reentry Success

Count Reddon, a recent Action Pathways Self-Sufficiency participant, made one bad decision that caused him to lose his employment as a commercial plumber, his place of residence, transportation and, most importantly, his tools for work.  

After finishing his senIRA-Dress for Success 002.JPGtence, Mr. Reddon was released back into the community with nowhere to live and no means of finding employment. His car was impounded, containing all of his tools for work, subsequently making it much harder for him to earn a living; Reddon was forced to move into a shelter and start over. He reached out to Action Pathways Self-Sufficiency Program for assistance to help him, once again, become a productive member of society.


Action Pathways Brings Hope to Cumberland County Citizens Still Struggling After Hurricane Matthew

“It can be devastating to lose everything and still have the daily struggle of living outside your home nine months later,” Hope4NC Disaster Recovery Coordinator Laressa Witt explained. “Added to the financial burden of starting all over, it can be very stressful for families.” 

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Action Pathways recently hired approximately 10 outreach workers as part of its partnership with Hope4NC. These contract employees will work for the next several months, canvassing neighborhoods, hotels, rentals and shelters to offer disaster crisis counseling to those affected by the storm. These services include providing coping strategies and emotional support to help survivors manage the stress of their current situations.

Action Pathways A.S.P.I.R.E. Participants Take a Stand & Make their Voices Heard

Action Pathways’ ASPIRE participants Stefanie Clemonts and Cassandra Brand recently took a stand and spoke out at a North Carolina Senate Health Committee meeting along with Action Pathways’ CEO, Cynthia Wilson, telling their stories of how the ASPIRE program and its CSBG funding helped change their lives.  2017 May 24 NC Senate IMG_1260 (2).jpg


“[ASPIRE] makes an investment in people; they are not just spending money. I have never had anyone to believe in me like ASPIRE did. [The program] changed my life, inspired me to strive for greatness and most all, it inspired me to be myself.”

-       Cassandra Brand, ASPIRE participant




ASPIRE Suspending Cumberland County Applications

The ASPIRE Self-Sufficiency Program is no longer accepting applications from Cumberland County until further notice.

Public Notice of Debt Management Program Assumption

Action Pathways, Inc. is accepting vendor bids for total assumption of the Debt Management Program. The contract requires total assumption of the Debt Management Program to include client files, client debts, client fees, creditor information and fair share.

Action Pathways Consumer Credit Counseling Service Offers Student Loan Counseling

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Get more than repayment options. Get a game plan.

Consumer Credit Counseling Moves Office in Southern Pines

SOUTHERN PINES— Consumer Credit Counseling Services, a division of Action Pathways, will be relocating their Southern Pines branch office on September 1, 2016.  Their new location will be within Sandhills Community Action Program located at 340 Commerce Ave. Suite 20, Southern Pines, NC 28387.  Consumer Credit Counseling holds office hours in this location every Tuesday.  For more information, or to make an appointment, please call (888) 381-3720 or visit:

Consumer Credit Counseling Services of Fayetteville WILL NOT Provide Free Tax Preparation

Consumer Credit Counseling Services will not be participating in VITA this year.

Anyone seeking free tax assistance can go to the Catholic Charities that is by appointment only at 726 Ramsey St. Suite 10 &11 Fayetteville NC. You can set up an appointment by calling (910) 424-2020 ext 31 OR to the Fayetteville Senior Center, which is on a first come first serve basis. Location:739 Blue St. Fayetteville NC. The center can be contacted by calling: (910) 433-1574.


Two CCCS Counselors Become Certified Student Loan Counselors

Consumer Credit Counseling Services of Fayetteville, a division of Action Pathways, is proud to announce that Carol Martin, Branch Manager, and Amy Kemp, Counselor, are now Certified Student Loan Counselors.  This certification is through The National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC).  Martin and Kemp will begin accepting student loan clients immediately at the Consumer Credit Counseling Fayetteville office located at 316 Green Street, Fayetteville, NC  28301.  Consumer Credit Counseling Services is a nonprofit organization, however there is a nominal fee for this

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