Last year our lives fell apart. My son after a few years of counseling, admitted to feeling suicidal. I quit my job to be here for him because that is what he needed and at the same time, my ex stopped helping me support our kids. Shortly after, my fiance found out his grandmother had cancer and only had 3 months to live. She lived for 2. Upon her passing, they received a foreclosure notice. They now have until December 20th to be out of the home he grew up in. During all of this my grandmother, whom my 3 kids and I stay with, started showing signs of alzheimers/ dementia. We now have been verbally evicted as well. We can barely stay afloat as it is and now we all need housing. I just need a light at the end of this tunnel. ????
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