Money troubles got you down? Connect with non-profits and government agencies for free advice, and financial assistance.
The Trusted Helplines app offers free help in these categories:
Free Bankruptcy Advice - Speak with an attorney to determine if bankruptcy might offer the fresh start you seek from burdensome debts.
Child Care Payment Assistance - Connect with agencies which help with the cost of daycare with a subsidy. Find out if you qualify.
Child Support Enforcement - Connect with state child support agencies and discuss the progress of your case and collection. Frustrated with your case? Connect with a private child support enforcement solution to discuss alternate strategies to collect for children.
Collection Complaint Help - If you have been harassed by a collection agency, you can file a collection complaint and make them stop. You could also receive compensation under the FDCPA laws. Find out if you have a collection complaint.
Credit Score Improvement - Speak with credit experts about options available to help you improve your credit score. In today's economy, lenders require a good credit score. Learn your options to improve your credit score.
Debt Relief through non-profit counseling - Calm your stress about debt by learning about debt relief through a debt management program. This solution could help you avoid bankruptcy and preserve your credit.
Domestic Violence Helpline - There is no excuse for domestic violence. If you or if you know of someone who may be a victim, talk with a counselor to learn your options. This is operated by the National Domestic Violence Hotline.
Identity Theft Recovery - If you believe you might be a victim of Identity Theft, speak with an expert to learn the steps to take to get back your good name. Identity Theft is a growing problem, and can spiral out of control if you do not take the proper steps.
Job Search Help - Connect with the Unemployment Division in your area to search for job listings right here in the job search section.
Mortgage Relief - Behind on your mortgage? Get help and stop foreclosure. Our network of HUD-approved housing counselors will work to stop foreclosure and keep you in your home.
Rental Assistance - Many rental assistance resources listed.
Student Loan Relief - Reduce your student loan debt payments by learning about new government programs.
Suicide Prevention Helpline
Tax Relief - Do you owe tax debt?
Utilities Assistance Power bill
Calls are free, advice is free. Callers are served by reputable groups which have met standards of performance and strong reputation. Calls are routed according to category and geographic region. These helplines are currently posted in over 250,000 workplaces, including the US Armed Forces Family Support Network and the Smithsonian Institution.
Human Resources departments, business owners, and franchises can easily share these free helplines with all employees. Employee wellness can be enhanced with this free HR tool. Reduce the stress and worry that accompanies private money troubles. Improve productivity and show that you care.
Social workers can use this free counseling tool to refer to when clients are faced with money troubles. They can also share them with their counselor peers.
HR managers, social workers, and office managers can order free workplace posters directly from the app. The helplines have been popular to improve workplace wellness programs. Employee Assistance Professionals, or EAP groups can use these helplines as a supplement to their own programs and resources.
Trusted Helplines is produced by CareConnect USA, a public benefit organization since 2005. This app was developed by David Moakler of North Carolina, and functions throughout the USA.
It is our hope that this free HR tool will be shared among employees and connect troubled staff with Trusted Helplines of high reputation for many years.