Freefinancialhelp.net is already live and up on internet, administrators of the new website announced in a press gathering today, expounding on the thrusts of the site that is dedicated to providing free financial advice to low-income and unemployed families and individuals. The website's spokesperson said that the launch is aptly timed with the rise in the unemployment rate, and shared that even minimum wage earners and people with full-time jobs are seeking assistance from the government and charitable organizations. The website' brief clarified that it is not associated with any organization, and do not give cash or goods. Freefinancialhelp.net is an online resource center to help families locate centers where they can seek financial assistance over a wide range of needs, from paying utility bills to assistance with rent or mortgage payments or medical assistance and more. The site assists people needing assistance by providing them with information about financial aid centers in their locality. The new website maintains a databank of names of organizations, charities, addresses, contact details and other pertinent details as where and how a person can seek help.