Homeowner Unemployment Resources


  • GovBenefits.Gov

    The WWW.GOVBENEFITS.GOV offers some direct access to information.

    Use “Benefits Quick Search” on The WWW.GOVBENEFITS.GOV to select “Housing” for viewing a list of housing-related programs.

    Select “Benefits” on WWW.GOVBENEFITS.GOV top toolbar, then select “Federal Agency.” Select “U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development” on the “Federal Agency” page to view a list of housing-related programs.

    Select "Start Here" on the homepage and complete the free, confidential questionnaire. You'll receive a list of housing programs and other benefits based on described needs.


  • President Obama recently announced that unemployed workers receiving unemployment benefits may qualify for a special hand in paying for education and training. The Federal Pell Grant program can provide up to $5,350 for educational costs at community colleges, colleges and universities, and many trade and technical schools. This website provides full background and access to student financial assistance

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    A site for students, career changers, parents, and career advisors to explore career options and learn about high growth jobs.
    An occupational and skills information resource that can be searched by keyword, job families, fields of study/instructional programs, or High Growth industries.
    Information from the Employment and Training Administration on policy funding opportunities, links to ETA offices and programs.
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    Unemployment Benefit Estimation Tool
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