When the Paycheck Stops

Losing a job is always a shock and it can be a very difficult time for everyone involved, from the individual whose job has been lost to those who depend on them.

Whether unemployment results from layoff, plant closure, illness, disability, injury, termination, strike, lockout, natural disaster, or even retirement, unemployment means a drop in income that can make life difficult and change the way people are accustomed to living.

However, unemployment is not the end of the world or your life; it can be survived and triumphed over. Having a positive attitude, knowing where to find help and taking the proper actions can help reduce the impact of temporary job-loss on you and your family. A cautionary note: children and other family members, including those with disabilities will generally sense stress in the home unit due to change in normal financial affairs.

When the Paycheck Stops will assist you in surviving hard times on the best possible terms. The materials provided are generalized and programs may vary state-to-state and county-to-county. 

To learn more about When the Paycheck Stops and receive a packet, contact Greg Larkins at glarkins@sacramentolabor.org

 

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