Launched in 2009, the Unemployment LifeLine was a one-stop guide that linked unemployed workers to the resources in their area. It contained information on nearly 90,000 local resources the help the unemployed and the site helped tens of thousands of workers. However at this time the site, and its resource database, has closed.

If you need help with unemployment related issues, please check out any of these other resources.

When The Pay Check Stops

The AFL-CIO's When the Paycheck Stops provides you with checklists of things to think about and plan for when you become unemployed: How to take care of yourself, take charge and move forward. When the Pay Check Stops

Laid Off & Left Out

A project of the National Employment Law Project
This website provides a timely resource to learn more about the key programs available to workers and communities hard hit by the economy, to share experiences and concerns, and to participate in the national debate to stimulate the economy and make sure families get the aid they need to find good-paying jobs.

U3 - UCubed

You lost your job. You're not alone. 31 million Americans face the same challenges. You want your job back. You want your life back. But you can't do it alone. Neither can anyone else. You all need each other. That's what UCubed is here to do: Help you and 31 million other Americans organize, work together and get back to work. Let UCubed help you connect. Form a cube, and multiply your political and economic power by 6. Then by 36. Eventually, by 31 million. Take Control.


The United Way's Information & Referral Search system. 2-1-1 is an easy to remember telephone number, and website that connects people to information about critical health and human services available in their community.

My Next Move

Do you already know the type of job in which you are interested? If not, will you know it when you see it? Or are you not really sure at all? Let us help you! My Next Move is specifically designed to help you determine the right career for you, and to help you find a job that you will enjoy.