I need a home for me and my 2 kids and one on the way to live.
Can you help me find a low income home for me and my kids please? i’ve tried everthing i could but no help. can you please help us out please?
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Why what happend?
Living with my aunt who really dont want us to be here. i pray every night for god to help. im only 21 with 2 kids and one on the way in Jan. my kids father dont help out at all. My mother died since i was 7. i really dont have no one to lean on. me and my kids dream of having our own space. i will get a job when the baby come. but please can some one help?
i also wants to go back and finish school to have a better life for my children
im in Johnsonville sc
no sir, i drop out when i had my first child, who will be 5 on the 22nd of this month. i want to go back to school
no sir i dont have any friends, but family. My family dont want to help out. i cry because of that. I thougt they would be there for us. It really hurts. i tried and tried.
what is AIM sir?
im sorry. i never thought that i would have to go on a computer to get help.
well i dont have a screen name
im sorry for calling you a sir. i just thought nicholas was a guys name, sorry
oh, thanks for caring. that did made me feel better
i don’t even have a car, but thats not important to me right now, a home for me and my kids are the biggest problem
I can’t do anything but I wish you the best luck to nicholas for solving this problem and I wish a lot of luck to www.jjhsu in this problem.
Hope you can sort it out! ^O^
Just a suggestion…you might try calling a local church, or a couple of them and tell them your situation. My father is a minister and he is always getting calls from people who can’t afford to buy food for their kids, or people who need a place to stay. These people are never members of the church, so don’t feel like you have to go to church to ask for help. Church people are always eager to help.
I would try a few out of the phone book and see what they can help you with. Church groups are always very supportive in times of need.
If you are serious about wanting help and you seriously have a desire to get your life straight, then I want you to follow this post closely because as long as you can acknowledge that you are still listening, I will keep posting. I am not too far from you and feel I can help you out, but I have to know a little more about you.
First of all, have you sought any help from the state? There are (in most areas) a lot of subsidized housing programs that can help you out and they always put people with kids first.
Second, you are 21 and dropped out of school 5 years ago, right? Give me a little about your work history. You are going to need to start earning an income no matter what.
I am going to talk to a couple people here in my area that may be happy to help you out.
Hi, I’m an italian woman living in Spain, I am in the same situation like you, I have two little children and we are alone, I find temporary jobs but we spend more than what I can earn, I would like to create an association of mothers like us to help one another, I would like to share the apartment when we live with another girl with children and help one another,
but I can’t travel now, sorry you don’t live in Spain,
but you can write to me if you want,
sorry my english is not perfect, my name is Manuela
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This is a terrible last resort but if it is between this and homeless, it’s the lesser of two evils. You can put your kids in temporary foster care until you get back on your feet with your GED and a place to live and a job. You will still get visitation and be able to see your kids and know they have a roof over their head.
JustMe, Your advice is good, but there are family shelters out there and if she currently has another child on the way, it is absolutely imperative for her to make sure she has a roof over her head as well.
There are a lot of single mothers out there who form organizations or “clubs” to help each other out. They take turns watching the kids on their days off so that they can all have time to work. They form study groups for school if they need to. This can really help you out and you can make use of some state rent assistance and food stamps to help you get up on your feet in the meantime.
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try getting a job this way y can at least give ur aunt some money for liveing there and then u can save up some money and move into an apartment
I found some links that might be of use to you, but you’ll have to explore them a little to decide for yourself:
Cotact the closest Salvation Army post and ask them about programs that might help your family:
Get more money for housing by cutting other costs.
Try to qualify for lower utility bills - research something called LIHEAP here:
Links to Family programs offered by the State can be found here:
I would also recommend checking out Job Corps. Call them at (800) 733-JOBS. Government funded can set you up with a place to live, a good job, an education and guidance on how to get the rest of your life straightened out.
Think you have plenty of information. Sure hope one of these sites solves your problem.
Good luck and my God Bless You And Your Family………
Sorry I’m late…
These are ALL good suggestions, another one I’d like to make is to do a computer search for low income housing, social services, etc. If you live near a homeless shelter, they could help, also. I now volunteer at my local homeless shelter, and I know they have people that can get you “hooked up” with the right people.
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