Employee Success Stories

Good things happen when a Navigator helps your employees

The Navigators in the WorkLab network provide support and coaching to workers, help them access resources, and solve challenges that could affect their productivity and performance at work. Our Navigators are impacting workers’ lives every day, guiding them to find stability and progress toward their goals.

 

Bridging a Hard Time

Posted on February 14, 2019

Rhonda* went to see her Navigator because her husband was recently laid off. They had fallen a month behind on their mortgage, and she thought an AAC Bridge Loan could help.

Topics: financial stability, housing, grants & loans, public benefits

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Topics: financial stability, housing, grants & loans, public benefits

Support for a New Mother

Posted on January 24, 2019

When Jasmine* found out she was pregnant, she was afraid she wouldn’t be able to support herself and a baby.

Topics: financial stability, mental health, healthcare, public benefits

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Topics: financial stability, mental health, healthcare, public benefits

Clearing the Red Tape

Posted on October 25, 2018

Thomas* contacted his Navigator because his Medicaid closed and he could not get a hold of his caseworker to find out why.

Topics: healthcare, public benefits

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Topics: healthcare, public benefits

Understanding a Complicated System

Posted on October 18, 2018

Amad* and his family had been receiving food assistance from DHHS, but their assistance was suddenly closed. He asked his Navigator for help understanding what had happened.

Topics: financial stability, food insecurity, public benefits

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Topics: financial stability, food insecurity, public benefits

A Plan for Student Loans

Posted on May 10, 2018

Stephen* was about to graduate with over $90,000 in student debt. He knew his grace period for payment would be over shortly, and he would have to find a way to start repaying the debt. His salary wasn’t enough to cover the payments due, and he had little chance of his salary climbing much higher.

Topics: public benefits, financial planning

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Topics: public benefits, financial planning