Hello, I am a single mother with two amazing daughters, 11 and seven. I am a full time employee at the hospital, and both of my daughters are full time students. After Covid hit the housing market went extremely high. At this time my landlord decided to sell her home which immediately displaced us. Between the Deposit, first months rent, background check, and application fees I am overwhelmed. It almost feels unobtainable to move into a home! For the time being we are staying at my brothers apartment on his couch. He’s disabled, and I’m his full time designee. Which means I take care of his needs. He requires his space due to his mental disability so this is only a part-time space that my children and I can use. I’d love to get us into a home sooner rather than later. The biggest impact would be anybody having a section 8 house in Wyoming we could rent. But any and all prayers would be amazing, and any financial assistance anyone may want to share with us would be amazing. Thank you for taking time out of your day to read our story, and lend a helping hand!
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