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you can go online to wishforahero.com and you are allowed three wishes a month. You might or might not get them. If someone feels like helping you they will. You are not out anything if they don't. Just list your situationa and what you wish for.

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Helpfulhannah1   in reply to butterfly22   on

free money to help pay bills

 in response to kburroughs3...   For replacement of the windshields contact www.freecharitycars they sometimes help with those problems. Don't ever put your address on the internet. It is dangerous as starshine said. Contact the ministerial association in your community and the indigent program they can tell you where there is help.
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Helpfulhannah1   in reply to butterfly22   on

free money to help pay bills

 in response to Red lion...   Go to the Job Service - Chamber of Labor they have a person who deals with non-payment of checks. They will assist you with that in an appropriate manner. It usually takes one phone call. Good Luck and God Bless
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Helpfulhannah1   in reply to butterfly22   on

free money to help pay bills

 in response to aidens mommy...   I don't know when you posted this but immediately contact health and welfare. See what you can qualify for. Sign up for section 8 housing as there is a waiting list but tell them you are homeless. That helps move you up on the list. Whatever you do don't let this kind of abuse continue. Contact the Women's Domestic Violence contacts in your area as there is a variety of types of health. You don't need the shelter if you are with your mother, but they can provide you with other support. Depend on yourself and you will be better off. Get food stamps if you haven't. Make sure you are going to doctors appointments. Have you signed up for WIC make sure you do. Contact your local churches. Good Luck and God Bless
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Helpfulhannah1   in reply to Helpfulhannah1   on

About evictions

Also if you have a child in school. Talk to the schools about your situation. Many of the elementary schools have special programs to help with clothing, food etc. If you know a teacher who is a member of the national education association, they can request emergency finances for a family. It is a one time help and it's minimal usually it will pay for a motel room for a night or two. All they require is name and age of family members and that you write them a thank you letter and tell them how you do afterwards so they can share the success story with others.

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Helpfulhannah1   in reply to Helpfulhannah1   on

About evictions

Many Landlords are currently doing illegal evictions. If you receive a housing voucher they cannot evict  you for the month of that voucher that they accept. It specifies so right on the vouchers. Many landlords are having financial problems and are looking for ways of making up the money. Attend all eviction hearings. Explain your situation to the judge. Make sure you take all receipts and paperwork. I have been helping one lady whose landlord did an illegal eviction and he got in serious trouble with the judge. That bought her ten days. He then refilled and she knew he would but it ended up with him having to wait another ten days and because she maintained a good repart with him he actually paid for her uhaul and hired men to move her stuff to a storage shed. That won't always happen. Try to stay as postive with landlords as possible because they may help down the road. Sign up for section 8 immediately as there is a long waiting list. Check with realtors on what is available and what you qualify for ask about the stimulous money. There is alot of stimulous money still available you have to know where to find it.

Utility help normal is through Human resources, Community Agencies, County Commisioners or Churches. Same for Gas vouchers for your car , medical assistance and food.

If you can't find work create a job. That's what I had to do. Good Luck everyone take care and be safe.

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About evictions

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Helpfulhannah1   in reply to NEED A MIRACLE   on

Single Mom about to become Homeless - PLEASE GOD HELP ME!

First check out the eviction and make sure it is legal. Go to the eviction hearings as it will buy you atleast ten to 20 days depending on the situation. Contact the ministerial association in your community. They can tell you which churches help with all of the above. Check out stimulus money and see if you qualify for any of it. There is money for first time buyers. I don't know what the requirements are. If you can't find work start your own. Clean houses or whatever you can do. Make sure you get your name on section 8 housing. There's a long list but you need to start somewhere. Sign up with www.freecharitycars sometimes they help with insurance and a one time payment, if not when your car gets repoed you have a chance to get a donated car. It's a wonderful site and everyone is in the same boat. Go to your local vocational rehabilitation office and see if you qualify as a displaced worker. If you qualify for their program they have various areas of help. You may have a waiting list. What state are you in.  Talk to every charity organization in your community, you can get a list from the chamber of commerce. If you belong to a church go to them they may know of a job or housing. If not you might want to join a church for the support and comfort that they will give both you and your daughter. Sometimes you have to find others who are in the same boat and share housing and expenses. If you have a college in your town they post roomates on the bulleting board. Give me more details on your community and I will see what I can think of. Good Luck and God Bless do the eviction hearing though that's important.

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Helpfulhannah1   in reply to SysBot   on

What's on your heart and mind today?

Hi everyone! Just checking in to see how everyone is. I pop in everyday so feel free to leave me a message. I will get back to you. I will be glad to help in anyway I can. Hope everyone has a great memorial weekend. We are going to have rain all week. But that's okay cuz I will get things done. Working on my second book. Chapter one is all proofed and done, Working on corrections on Chapter two now. I am taking my time on each chapter so that when it's done I don't have alot of corrections. Well gotta go love ya all hang in there.

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What's on your heart and mind today?

You will have to correct your defaulted loan before you can get any financial assistance. It depends on how long ago you defaulted. If it hasn't been very long and you returned to school talk to the lender they might reinstate it as a non-default. Otherwise you will have to talk to them about your options because it will prevent all help. Best case is to talk to lenders, financial college counselors, women's organizations and try for scholarships. Good Luck and God Bless Look into the Stimulus money

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Helpfulhannah1   in reply to butterfly22   on

free money to help pay bills

 in response to maria28...   First you should be able to receive survivors benefits from social security on your son. You need to get your name into section 8 housing. There is a long waiting list but they do move you up when you tell them you are homeless. Check with Health and Welfare to find out what your community has. They can tell who can help with rent, electric etc. Good luck and God bless
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Helpfulhannah1   in reply to SysBot   on

What's on your heart and mind today?

Sorry you are feeling neglect. We are all in the same boat. Sometimes you need to reach out and talk to someone. It helps if you talk more about what you are looking for so others know what to say to you. Good Luck and God Bless

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Helpfulhannah1   in reply to LowCostBenefits   on

About LowCostBenefits

Thanks so much for posting this I will check it out. I know many who are interested.

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What's on your heart and mind today?

 in response to mommykins...   Have you talked to the job service to see if there is any money for relocating. If there is they will know about it. Sometimes county commissioners have an indigient program that help with some things you might see if there is anything that they can do for you. It is very hard these days. I wish you and your family the best. Can you put your belongings in storage and come back later? Check witht he airlines and see if they will pay for your tickets. They do have emergency programs. There is Angel Airlines that helps. I don't know how you get in touch but your airline would know. I have had to move before on twenty five dollars and leave everything in storage. It isn't easy. I will pray for you and your family Good Luck and God Bless
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 in response to jessy5...   Jessy you should be able to get food stamps or go to your local ministerial association, every town has a food bank. Most areas won't give out money but they will direct you to help.
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 in response to jaybird2010us...   I received an interesting email on cancer treatment. It is researched based by a doctor and sites a few case histories. You take aspargus and make a puree in your blender. Then you drink it. The doctor and his wife drink two ounces at breakfast and at dinner time. They have seen remarkable decreases in cancer with people who use this treatment. Aspargus has the highest antitoxin content of any food. He said it didn't matter if it was fresh or canned just as long as you did it daily. You might want to check it out on the internet I am sure there is more information.
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 in response to DawnMariexx...   Good Luck to You
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Helpfulhannah1   in reply to Builder1   on

I have been fighting with social security for three years. I have had four denials. I taught special education for forty years. Now my health doesn't allow me to work anylonger. My doctor said I had to stop. I have so many conditions it's hard to remember to list them all. When the paper work is sent in they don't even read what the doctor says. This last denial told me to go back into the classroom and teach. I can't. Out of frustration I contacted the governor and the senators of the state. Now my case has been turned over the the senator's office and social security is being investigated to find out what the problem is. I have to provide them with as much information as possible. It is mind boggling. In a recent article from press release the Social Security Administrator was quoted as saying people who have worked till retirement and paid into the system should be able to depend on it to make their life easier. I totally agree with that statement and that is why I pursued it the way I did. I am close to loosing my home with no where to go.

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Helpfulhannah1   in reply to in-need-of-help   on

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Having had student loans I understand the difficulty paying them back. Contact your institute and talk with them about your difficulties. They may work out a better arrangement with you. Also check with them to see if your job reduces and of the payback. Depending on your degree and your location there are sometimes reductions due to high risk job situations or areas where it is hard to get workers. Ask alot of questions. Good Luck and make sure you pay every month even if it isn't the full amount. That will save your credit and help you in the end.

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Aidpage group discussing "publishing"...

UPDATE: Before when I was on as janasdreams and jana4 I talked about publishing. I had to change my name because it was affecting my website. I want to update those who were interested in publishing. Since I spoke last about how to self publish I have had two book signings that went very well. I have had a great response to my poetry book and now have two more book signings schedule in Montana at the end of June. It takes a lot of time promoting but since I don't have the finances to hire a marketing consultant I do all of my own contacts and go where I want to go. I learned about picture copyrights. You cannot use any photos of yourself unless you took them. You have to have written permission of the photographer and anyone else in the photo. I had to do some research on this as I want to use a studio photograph of myself in my next book. I knew the studio was no longer open but I was able to get a family member to sign the release (spouse of the photographer). My sister is signing releases for any photos that my father took. So now I am covered on everything that I want to publish in the next book. IF you want to discuss publishing feel free to send me a message. I am currently working on my second book Growing Up In The Rockies. I hope it will be out in September.

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