Who we are

Human Services Employees’ Credit Union was founded in 1951 on the credit union principle of “not for charity, not for profit, but service for all.” We have existed solely for the purpose of serving our members’ best interests. This focus on members instead of profits allows us to offer a full range of financial services specifically designed to meet our members’ needs and provide substantial savings.

A voluntary board of directors administers Human Services Employees’ Credit Union and establishes and reviews policy. The Directors are credit union members who are elected by the membership and serve without pay.

Originally founded for public health employees, our charter has expanded to serve all Georgia Department of Human Resources employees and retirees, Department of Juvenile Justice employees and retirees, contract employees of the aforementioned, employees of the Human Services Employees’ Credit Union, BestNet, Ultima Holdings and family members. Human Services Employees’ Credit Union will continue to add small employee groups as interest and support grows.

Members view credit union service as a benefit that helps them save money. They also find a credit union staff that is dedicated to delivering convenient, dependable, personal service to every member.

Employees or associates can join the credit union by opening a share/savings account with a minimum deposit of $30. Credit union membership is also available to any immediate family member regardless of where they live or work.

Human Services Employees’ Credit Union offers the utmost in security to our members. Accounts are insured up to $100,000 through the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), a U. S. government agency.