Im a single mother of 4. Ive been trying to get back to work after having my last baby and with no luck im extremely lost and looking for help to avoid being evicted from our home. I have been struggling all year to keep this roof over me and my children head. I have been fighting eviction aftee eviction almost every month. Although i have been trying hard to get back to work finally lucl has appeares and i did get a job. Im just waiting for a start date. But the battle is not done for me im three montgs behind in rent which i filled for help with dhs was approved and they never made payment. I working with them to clear this up. As well as begging my landlord to be patient. Before i had my last child. I was able to pay all my bill at a timely fashion. Im just asking for help to get back up on my feet until my job starts me to work. Anything is gladly and greatfully accepted. Please help us.
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