You are quite welcome.
When I was laid off (for good), it was with a phone call....no less! Didn't even had the decency to call me in and talk about it. It was on a Friday afternoon. I had NEVER been laid off from a job before, and the weekend was one of the worse my wife and I have ever had! Worry, worry, worry.
But then on Monday, I went to the VA State Employment Commission, talked with them, signed up for unemployment, and was amazed that my weekly income for 26 weeks would be almost the same thing I was making before, after taxes!
After just talking with them for that first time, I had more confidence, and knew my world "had not ended". I filed my resume with them, and the next day, had 2 interviews. It did take 3 months to find another job, with a little less pay.
If your state has some type of State Unemployment offices, go talk with them. You might have to consider buying Cobra insurance for awhile, to be covered by Medical Insurance, if your company stops your insurance immediately, like mine did, of all things.
Hang in there, talk with others, and believe me, life isn't over. It is a blow, and now maybe you can find a job with a much better company!
I even found a link online for newspapers, put my local papers in my Favorites, and every morning, started looking at the Classifieds; along with filling out applications at the Employment Commission Offices.