When you’re feeling stressed out or stuck, sometimes the hardest part is not knowing where to start or who can help. WorkLife Resource Navigators are experts in community resources and personal support, and they help hundreds of people every year to get to a better place.

1. Talking to your Navigator is always free and confidential

2. You’ll connect one-on-one to talk through what’s going on

3. You’ll work together to make a plan, then make it happen

WorkLife Partnership can help you with many different challenges, but here are some of the common ways we help people:



Finances & budgeting


Utility bills


Stress & mental health


Car repairs


Medical bills




Food & nutrition


your benefits

Start moving forward with someone on your side.

“My Navigator has been a life saver. I used to stay up all night panicking about finances. It negatively impacted every part of my life. Now, I am feeling financially healthier, and I am able to give more of my attention to my family and to other things that really matter.”

Featured Resources

Online Courses in Basic Finances

Smart about Money is an independent, nonprofit foundation that offers free online courses on broad range of financial topics to help people make positive decisions to reach their financial goals.

Mental Health Helpline

1-800-662-HELP (4357)

24/7/365 — in English and Spanish


The SAMSA National Helpline is a free, confidential treatment referral and information service for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.

Low-cost internet and computers

EveryoneOn is a network of programs and partnerships that can help you find get a low-cost internet plan, or find an affordable computer. They also offer training in computer and internet skills.

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