I am a 40 year old mom to 3 and we have no place to go, we have a application on file with all the low income housing and still on the waiting list, I work 2 jobs and cant afford to pay 700 a month in rent and keep the kids with food and clothes, I have been to churches salvation army the lift agency and no one can help except to pay 1 light bill a year that is not going to help.i have 14 days to be out my landlord sold the place and i do not have the money for lights rent and deposit in 2 week i need to have my lights cut on and rent and deposit for 1 month is 1700 if anyone can please help i will meet in person you can contact whoever i am a good person who needs help.
Most low income apartments have waiting lists. Some of these lists can take years until you can be called for openings. The key is to try to get on as many waiting lists as possible.
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