I recently left an abusive situation quickly and could only afford a studio type apt for myself and my son (s) I have 1 full time and 1 part time. I dont really have anyone who can help me with the care of my children so i can only work certain hours, but I work every hour I can, and cost of living is just going up. I need more room for my family as we all share a way to small space with no privacy.My goal is to find a place that offers some sort of feeling of security and have enough space for my family. I could use help with funding a move and furniture .with that main concern of shelter taken care of, I hope to be able to sign up for online classes next so I can look for better paying opportuntities.
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