DEBTORS ANONYMOUS The DA is support group for people with a debt or spending problem based on the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. There are no dues or fees. For a meeting list or to form a chapter in your area, contact the General Service Office at P.O. Box920888, Needham, MA 02492-0009. Call (781) 453-2743 or fax (781)453-2745.
NATIONAL CONSUMER LAW CENTER (NCLC) The NCLC is a research and advocacy organization focusing on the needs of low-income consumers, representing their interests in court, before administrative agencies, and before legislatures. NCLC 18 Tremont St., Boston, MA 02108. Phone: (617) 523-8010. Fax: (617) 523-7398.
CONSUMER ACTION An education and advocacy organization specializing in credit, finance, and telecommunication issues. Offers a multilingual consumer complain hotline, free information on its surveys of banks and long distance phone companies, and consumer education materials in as many as eight languages. Consumer Complain Hotline: (415)777-9365 (10am to 2pm Pacific Standard Time.) General hotline: (213) 624-8327. Fax: (415) 777-5267. Consumer Action 7171 Market St., Suite 310, San Francisco, CA 94103.
NATIONAL INSTITUTE for CONSUMER EDUCATION (NICE) The NICE is a consumer education resource and professional development center for K-12 classroom teachers, business, government, labor and community educators. The institute develops teaching guides and resource lists, conducts training programs and manages a national clearinghouse of consumer educational materials, including videos, software programs, textbooks, and curriculum guides. Contact NICE at Eastern Michigan University, 207 Rackham Building, Ypsilanti, MI 48197. Phone (313) 487-2292. Fax (313) 487-7153.
FEDERAL TRADE COMISSION (FTC) The FTC monitors complaints related to consumer credit issues. The FTC is the agency responsible for enforcing the Consumer Protection Act.
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