I’m a 50 year old disabled person and I’m homeless. I never thought in a million years that I would be here right now. I was evicted after living in my apartment for 2 years that unbeknownst to me that I was being charged an electric bill from them not reliant who I initially signed up with when I moved in. No fault of my own they charged me for two years of pack pay. I paid lump sum of 1500 in feb-22 in August 22 I was told I had to pay another 2000 outside of my normal electricity bill and other bills. I couldn’t afford it. I was evicted told to leave. Because I have a chronic lung disease and on a oxygen machine daily I physically could not move much so I lost everything I owned except a few bags of clothes. I have a voucher but I can’t afford to pay for huge deposits. I’m constantly filling out applications because I have to try no matter how much I get turned away. I only have 3 weeks left and my voucher will expire. And just was told I need a new thermostat for my car. I’m not gonna make it without help. I’m willing to show receipts records of everything I’ve said to be true.
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