Hey, I know the struggles my man. The fact is though, most companies don't just want a full team attached, they want complete comics. The average company won't look at your work unless you're handing them some complete and professional quality comics(from what I've seen, most companies want at least 8 pages, but some want a full first issue).
Two good places to look for people to work with are, well, right here on this site. Just click forum, scroll down to the last section of threads "DIVERGENT DISCUSSIONS" and click on "BULLETIN BOARD". That's the place for looking for work/partner type posts. I've personally never looked for help that way, as I have lucked out by just running into people interested, but it's something I plan on doing in the near future. If there's anyone on this site looking for new projects, it will be in that section they go a-searching.
There's also Digital Webbing: http://www.digitalwebbing.com/talent/
If you go there you can more or less copy whatever you post on the bulliten board here and paste it into their talent search. Honestly, I don't know which one gets better results, as I have not done it myself, and I have heard more people talk about meeting partners on PencilJack than on D.W. But, honestly, why not double your chances.
And, lastly, I know I saw it on here somewhere, but I can't remember which thread(maybe someone reading this can help out with that) but there's a list as per the requirements for all kinds of publishing companies. If you can't find it here, I'm sure you could unearth it with a simple google search.
Anyway, best of luck!