Union Plus is proud to offer help to union members when times are tough
We're here to help.
We're here when you need a helping hand
This has been a difficult year. So many union families have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic crises — with some having the added burden of natural disasters, job loss and health emergencies. We know it's hard to ask for help, so we're here offering to lend a hand. Union Plus offers many Hardship Assistance programs to help lighten the load during these challenges times so that you and your family can look forward to the brighter days ahead.
All the ways we help union members when times are tough
If you’re on strike, you may be eligible for a grant that you'll never need to repay.
If you've been laid off, you may be eligible for a grant and other benefits to help cover your bills.
If you’re concerned about missing a house payment because of a strike, disability or other valid reason, mortgage assistance may help.
Debt and budget experts can help you get back on your feet when you’re drowning in debt.
If you’re facing mortgage payment problems, talk to a HUD-certified housing counselor. It’s free and confidential.
Get a free consumer credit counseling session to help you catch up on your credit card bills.
Get the $50 bankruptcy pre-filing counseling fee waived.
If you’ve been impacted by a natural disaster, you may be eligible to receive a $500 disaster relief grant that doesn't have to be repaid.
You may be eligible to receive a grant to help pay your hospital bills.
We’re here with help for eligible union members who are of work due to a disability or illness.
If you're struggling to pay doctor and hospital expenses, get help negotiating medical bills.