My husband was in a bad trucking accident and has not been able to obtain a good paying job since the accident in July of this year. We have 7 children ages 13, 12, 10, 10, 3, 2, and 3 month old. I have dropped out of nursing school got a full time job and juggling the children however my income and his both working full time has not been enough to maintain our rent, and utilities. Our vehicle has since been reposessed with carseats and some of our belongings including my drivers license. They will provide the itwms back with out paying a property return fee which we just domt have. We have received assistance with rent for the last 2 months and coming up on another month we just cant afford in just 1 day from now. We will have to break our lease to move some where cheaper as we are already in a 2 bedroom. We have maxed all credit cards and now owe over out limits. We are about to have an eviction and wont have a place to stay. We cant afford first and last months rent so Ive applied to section 8 however there is a waiting list. I am asking for any help at all...
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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