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Keep the faith and god bless all of you
Thank you Sandy6
To the attention of:
Barack Obama, US President;
Christine Gregoire, Governor of Washington;
US Senators from Washington: Maria Cantwell, Patty Murray;
US Representatives from Washington: Adam Smith, Brian Baird, Cathy McMorris Rodgers, David G. Reichert, Doc Hastings, Jay Inslee, Jim McDermott, Norman D. Dicks, Rick Larsen;
I would like to start to say thank you Mr.President,For thinking about the low income and the middle class, I wish we had more to give but we don't,It has come down to what can we afford gas to go to a Doctor, Can't even pay co-pays ,food, medications, Their just isn't enough money to pay for these things.I tried to get a grant to fix my home , Because are insurance company denied are claim , I tried the insurance commissioner and he said he sided with the insurance company. I have Toxic mold in my home, it's not our fault this happened . We hired people to fix it and just had more problems, We are now on Social Security, fought for about 8 years.
Because we have put alot of our money into our home , when we were able to work, But now we are old , sick,and can't do the things we use to do ,and it's a mobile home,I tried to get help But could not get any help from Snap, hud , fema,epa and many others I have way over a 1000 e-mails, letters, out there,they tell me their isn't anything in grants that can help us ,I have had two boughts of cancer, my husband had a stroke, my son has asthma, but yet the Rich can get Grants,
If you have legal custody of the your grandchildren, then you should be accessing Kinship benefits which include some financial assistance.
"Subsidized Permanent Legal Custodianship: In addition to foster care payments and other benefits available to kin raising children in the foster care system, some states also have subsidized guardianship programs. Pennsylvania has established the Subsidized Permanent Legal Custodianship (SPLC) Program to provide financial assistance to eligible children living with family members and other kin who obtain permanent custody of them from Pennsylvania’s foster care system. Adoption and reunification with the parents must be ruled out before children are eligible for the program. Contact: Cynthia Manuel, Fiscal Policy and Support Unit, Office of Children, Youth and Families, at (717) 783-7372 or email@example.com."
The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) was established to protect military personel serving on active duty from certain debt, ie: providing lower fixed interest on credit card debt, the option of being released from lease agreements and not being foreclosed upon while they were active duty and not available to defend their interests here at home. It does not offer any protection once someone is discharged.
The following 2 links are Military support legal assistance web links.
Has your spouse used his GI Bill for education benefit which would also provide him BAH (housing allowance)?
The following link may be able to provide help w/renegotiating a more affordable rate w/your mtge:
I guess you have been around so long that your forgot:
What can I do on aidpage?
1.Open up about your worries (no need to reveal your true identity).
2.Get (and give) empathy, encouragement, and useful information.
3.Have someone to talk to when you feel alone.