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Affected by coronavirus? We can help.

  • Household budgeting. Lost wages or medical expenses can stretch your budget. We can help you prepare should your financial situation suddenly change. We can also help you create an emergency savings plan.
  • Supporting with stress management. We understand that this is a stressful time, so we’re here to talk you through it. We can also connect you to mental/behavioral health resources if you’d like to speak with a trained counselor.
  • Utility assistance. We can assist you in paying for past-due utility bills, so you don’t fall behind.
  • Free or low-cost meals for children. With schools closings, your food budget may be stretched. We can help you find free hot lunch options for your kids.
  • Understanding health benefits. If you have questions about what your health benefits cover in the event that you become sick, WorkLife’s Health Benefits Navigator is available to help.

What happens next?

When you reach out to a WorkLife Navigator, you connect with someone who will approach your situation with empathy and take the time to understand all of your concerns and challenges. Your Navigator will work with you side-by-side to tackle difficult challenges like affording housing and energy expenses, accessing reliable transportation, finding affordable childcare, budgeting and debt management, understanding and using your company benefits, affording food and more. Together, you’ll create a plan for the future, without focusing on the past.

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