Credit Abuse Resistance Education (CARE) Program
The Credit Abuse Resistance Education
(CARE) Program is a nationwide program which provides high school and
college educators easy access to volunteer professionals from the
bankruptcy community who go into the schools to teach students important
financial literacy lessons, tactics and techniques to help them understand
how to use credit wisely, avoid credit card debt and understand the
consequences of leading a debt-filled rather than a debt-free life.
To learn more about the Program, go to
which includes a Federal Judicial Center Documentary.
For more information:
– Kansas City Daily Record
– Kansas City CARE Article
– Boston Globe 5-22-05
– Care Today-Volume 1
(with expanded explanation)