Employment/Retirement Related Support Groups

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    Mutual support groups whose members are people who have experienced voluntary or involuntary changes in their employment status including termination, layoff, demotion, promotion or retirement and need help in coping with their situation. The groups meet in-person, by telephone or via the Internet; and allow participants to share their experience, strengths and hopes to solve the problems they have in common and to address the quality of life issues that affect them all.

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    Blueprints - Getting AheadThis 16-week class series helps clients understand their personal situation in poverty as they develop a future goal plan.WashingtonFamily Economic SuccessBlueprints
    Philadelphia Unemployment Project - Unemployment CompensationThe Philadelphia Unemployment Project is a membership organization of low-wage workers and the unemployed. PUP has fought for jobs and for economic justice since 1975. We are also an unemployed workers center that helps people win unemployment cases, save their houses, and get access to health care. The unemployment compensation system is designed to ease the transition period from one job to another when a worker loses a job through "no fault of his/her own." Workers and their employers pay taxes into the unemployment compensation system to support unemployment benefits. A person who has recently been separated from his or her employment due to layoff will be eligible for unemployment compensation benefits if they have sufficient earnings. Workers who are fired or who quit may be eligible as well.Philadelphia112 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA (Unemployment Compensation)Philadelphia Unemployment Project

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