Hills Benefits From Financial Counselling Programme

Baulkham Hills State Liberal MP David Elliott today announced Wesley Credit Line Financial Counselling will continue to be supported by the NSW Government.

Mr Elliott said the Wesley service will receive $363,631.50 in financial support from the NSW Government as part of the 2015-18 Financial Counselling Services Programme.

“The NSW Government is committed to consumer protection and social justice and strives to ensure that the community has access to information and consumer help,” Mr Elliott said.
The Financial Counselling Services Program is a state-wide program, which allocates funding to non-profit organisations for the provision of:

  • Free-of-charge accredited financial counselling/consumer legal casework services
  • Training of persons in financial counselling or community education in personal finance, debt and credit management; and
  • Central support services for financial counselling services (eg. Helpline services).