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Summerizes the maternity leave laws and policies of Colorado

Colorado PEAK!

For more information about Medical Assistance, please call 1-800-221-3943; For more information about Food or Cash Assistance, please call 1-800-536-5298

Apply for assistance programs, including food assistance, cash assistance, medical assistance, supplemental nutrition program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), Parents As Teachers (PAT) and healthy steps.

Colorado Department of Labor and Employment

Job training, career counseling, job fairs, resume guidance, networking, skills assessments, educational programs, career ready certificate

Connecticut Department of Labor

Official website outlining the employment leave laws in Connecticut


Summerizes the maternity leave laws and policies of Connecticut

Connecticut Department of Social Services

1-855-6-CONNECT (1-855-626-6632) (TTD/TTY 1-800-842-4524 for persons with speech or hearing difficulties)

Apply for assistance in areas including family medical, food, childcare, cash, housing, winter heat, and more. These programs will assist you during your employment leave.

Connecticut Department of Labor

(860) 263-6000

Job training, career counseling, job fairs, resume guidance, networking, skills assessments, educational programs

State of Delaware TANF

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families; temporary help during unemployment; based on income limits and family size; help in finding a job; benefits of cash, food stamps, medicaid, and child care help may begin during the TANF program and may continue after a job is acquired.

State of Delaware Workforce Development Board

Job training programs, career counseling, resume guidance, skills assessments, educational programs

DC Department of Human Services

(202) 671-4200 ; Contact TTY: 711

Temporary Cash Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) provides cash assistance to needy families with dependent children when available resources do not fully address the family's needs and while preparing program participants for independence through work. Adults with dependent children applying for or receiving TANF must meet financial and technical eligibility requirements. Conditions of eligibility include cooperation with child support, participation in work activities and compliance with substance abuse provisions.

DC Department of Employment Services

(202) 724-7000 ; (202) 698-4817

Career counseling, career planning, resume assistance, direct job placement, classroom and on-the-job-training, information about local and national labor markets, unemployment compensation

Florida Department of Children and Families

(866) 762-2237; TTY (800) 955-8771

Food, cash and medical assistance for individuals and families who meet the income requirements.

Employ Florida Marketplace

Services for finding a job, creating a resume, skills assessment certifications, access to education and training, and career fairs

Georgia Department of Human Services: Division of Family and Children Services

1-800-Georgia (436-7442)

Monthly cash assistance with an employment services component for low-income families with children.

Georgia Workforce Investment Area

Workforce career services locator by county

Department of Human Services: Benefit, Employment, and Support Services


Self-sufficiency plan, job preparation services, job search skills, training and education, monthly cash benefits

State of Hawaii Workforce Development Division

Free services to job seekers, including job search assistance, personal career planning services, training opportunities, HireNet Hawaii support, and a library resource center.

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare


The Temporary Assistance for Families in Idaho provides work preparation services cash benefits for eligible low-income families and households to help pay for food, clothing, shelter, and other essentials.

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