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  • "Are GOP hopefuls avoiding Joplin Missouri out of fear that they might be asked if they supported the Republica?" Theyre avoiding Joplin because a disaster area is not the time and place to lobby for political campaigns. "The Republican Plan to hold any Federal Aid Hostage until the Democrats will agree to an offsetting spending cut of some residents Food Stamp?" You got that backwards. The Democrat plan is to hold the Federal aid and country hostage until the Republicans agree to give up trying to act fiscally sane and get this countrys financial health and security back on track. Liberaltarian writes: "The Constitution requires Congress to provide for the "General Welfare." False on 2 counts. It says "promote the general welfare.". Not "provide" or "provide for". And its in the preamble, which does not require congress to do so. __________________________________ Mentioned in the United States' Preamble to the Constitution, "Welfare" means health, happiness, prosperity or well-being. The US Supreme Court has ruled that nothing in the preamble grants legislative power. "Welfare" should not be read in isolation, but as a part of the whole preamble - the idea of the preamble is simply that the founders of our nation think that the proposed system of governance would naturally result in the items listed in the preamble. Be very cautious to not confuse result and causation. "General welfare" is one of the ostensible results of our system of governance. Turning the tables around and saying that "general welfare" is a legislative goal is entirely corrupt and against what the founders were saying. The founders defined "welfare" as a result - a natural consequence. Those who would incorrectly have you believe that it is a legislative objective try to rewrite history by making a consequential result into an active cause. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_Prom... "Conservatives don't care about actual Americans - they just care about politics & elections. Ron Paul even said that federal assistance is unconstitutional" Wanting to provide federal assistance may show how you care about those on the receiving end of that assistance, but it shows how little you care about the taxpayers that have to pay for that assistance. Besides which, conservatives show they care more for Americans than liberals through their private donations to private charities. Of which, Conservatives give much more to than liberals.
  • using fact they basically could try this as quickly as they formally run for workplace and because no Republican has announce formally using fact of this no person has shown their tax return. If Obama is for elevating the fee to what it substitute into in the process the Clinton admin why did no longer he pay his taxes at that cost and why did he take deductions?! prosperous Libs save asserting they pick to pay greater yet in no way do!
  • Yes that could very well be the answer,But the state is and will continue to be a red states anyways.
  • I doubt it. The Joplin area has been red for years. I can't see people switching their philosophical and political viewpoints over that, as devastating as it was.
  • People died in Joplin. You need to be more respectful.
  • Conservatives don't care about actual Americans - they just care about politics & elections. Ron Paul even said that federal assistance is unconstitutional. The Constitution requires Congress to provide for the "General Welfare." If disaster assistance doesn't count - what does?
  • That plan was actually somewhat well-received in Joplin. It surprised me too.
  • No hurricane aid. No medical for grandma. It just keeps getting better and better....for Democrats.
  • Yeah, politicians tend to avoid places that will make them seem like horrible hypocrites.
  • None of them lifted a finger . NONE .
  • I am 15 soon to be 16. My boyfriend and i who have been dating for 3 yrs r looking to move in together. His grandma bought a house that she planned to rent out to ppl so she agreed to rent it out to us (which is right next door to her). We r planning to save money for about a year and then start renting the house and living on our own. We still plan to finish high school and hopefully go to college. We both have jobs and even opened up a joint checking account to save our money. My parents, who are divorced and both love my boyfriend, think im too young and think im gonna drop out of school and get hooked on drugs and all that crap... but we know we r ready and can handle it, so i was looking into emancipation. and i was wondering what kind (if any) financial aid we could get to help pay bills and other expenses... BTW we live in missouri
  • Here are the big things that you have to show the courts to be emancipated. 1) your parents have to agree to it 2) you have to have an income that will support you on your own, not living with the bf, not living with friends, but paying the rent, the electric the groceries etc all on your own 3) you have to have a reason, wanting to move in with the bf isn't going to do it. There are other things that need to be met, but if you are asking what kind of financial assistance you are going to get, the answer is none. If you need financial assistance, then you will never get emancipated.
  • Michael is right. You have to prove you can support yourself without any financial aid at all. So no emancipation without that and parental consent.
  • Is there any financial help in Missouri for my niece who just recently lost her husband. They were married for 5 years and have no children. Another problem is there was no health or life insurance. Before they got married, they had their dream home built and bought a nice car. She has been told that since they have no kids, she can't get any type of financial assistance. Is this true? Or is there some Clause out their that would include her and none of us know it. Please help if you know where I can go to find these things out.
  • Okay, I obviously didn't add enough details since I got the response from the first lady. My niece not only works yet has two jobs. But her husband was a Manager when he was still here. Her hours have been cut as well as many others. She was kept while others were let go. Hours aren't enough to qualify for insurance. Now, next answer.
  • Sounds like a good bankruptsy case. I know that's not what you were looking for but maybe she should take the chance for a new start, or at least to restructure the bills so that she can afford them. If there was a government bailout for real people the line would be too long to be worth it. It's very sad but life happens.
  • People aren't automatically entitled to government assistance just because they lose a spouse. Also, poor planning isn't the fault or the responsibility of the tax payers. It's time your niece found work and supports herself, any help she may need getting started should come from her friends and her family.
  • Sorry for her loss but there is nothing available to her.
  • I'm 22 with two kids I just had my son a couple weeks ago and i am looking for a job now and since i have no one to care for my kids child care assistance thru the state. My mom and i aren't getting along at all too much any more and I can't take too much more of being here. It would be foolish to become homeless and live in a homeless shelter when I have a home I just don't get along with my mom she criticizes me and so on. Okay it's hard for me to care for my kids and try to look for a job too. How would I look taking them to a job interview. My mom is helping my sister take care of her kids but she won't help me until every once and blue moon. I understand she has a life of her own she wishes to pursue. But I am asking for her assistance and I will pay her back the money for the time and everything else. My life is going is a downward spiral I can't get financial from my community college because my appeal was denied and the colleges in missouri don't offer what i am looking for does anyone have suggestions please. I'm trying to do what i can.Mom makes it seem like we are a burden to her. Anyway I need suggestions before i make a foolish mistake by leaving to a homeless shelter
  • Apply to Jewish Family & Children's Services or to Catholic Charities for help. Ask for both counseling and financial/housing assistance. http://www.jfcs-stl.org/m-contactus.php http://local.botw.org/Missouri/Kansas_Ci... http://www.catholiccharities-kcsj.org/ http://www.ccstl.org/ One possibility that Jewish Family & Children's offers (at least in NJ) is Senior Shared Housing. Some seniors have extra rooms or even an apartment where someone can live in exchange for being there for them at night, doing light housework, etc. Each situation is different, but you may find someone who has the space and would even watch your kids in exchange for you doing housework and cooking. It doesn't even have to be this program. You could post a free ad on craigslist for such a situation. http://stlouis.craigslist.org/ Or try to find a job doing this. That would give you a place to live and some money, too.
  • You cannot take them to the job interview under any circumstances. Find a sitter to watch them a couple of hours here and there while you go find jobs. You will NOT get hired bringing them to a job interview. The company will then know that you are incapable of finding daycare and will be missing work a lot. If by a couple of weeks ago you actually mean a couple of weeks -- unless you have family to watch your baby it is unlikely that you will be able to find daycare. Most sitters don't take babies under 6-12 weeks or more. You and your sister and all the kids are a burden to her. Sorry, but it's true. She thought she had an empty nest, not a minimum of five kids coming back to move in. I don't know where you are in Missouri exactly. I mean I would not want you to take your kids to an inner city shelter in St. Louis or Kansas City, but if there is a recently built shelter with a good program, I would actually go there. Really. They can find a program for your children while you look for work. They can help you define your goals and find a job. They can help you get low income housing and find a decent place to live. Curious: what are you looking for that colleges in Missouri don't offer? I would think Missouri would offer good variety. Maybe you could pursue a second choice career for now? Lots of people change careers much older than 22 so what you do now is not what you're stuck with. I guess, talk to your mom and ask if you are a burden to her, point blank and if she had her choice would she have you and your kids move out (without regard to her feelings about your sister). I think your chances are better in a homeless shelter, though if your mother does not want you to leave you should stay until you are fully recovered from childbirth.
  • Make patience your best friend right now. You definitely need to get out of the sitauation, but it will take time. Go to the state and get as much assistance as you can - health care, housing, food and $ assistance, financial aid for education, etc. There are usually food banks that you can go to for food assistance if food stamps are not enough. Once you know what the state offers, you have to make a plan of action. Do you have any girlfriends, other family members you can trade babysitting with? This could cut down the expenses of child care. If you can get into some kind of low income housing (sometimes there are waiting lists, but it is worth it). that would be ideal. With some financial and food assistance from the state you might be able to make it while attending some classes. I have to tell you that getting an education is your best bet to providing for your children on your own. I am a single mother and do not receive any kind of assistance from my ex - I do it all on my own. Thank god I have a bachelors degree and am able to give them what they need, but it has not been an easy road. I know I am writing a novel, but please be patient and PLAN. Also see what you can do to get the state to go after the father for assistance. It's not fair that you have the burden on your own. Don't go to a homeless shelter - get educated on what is out there and make a plan. Take advantage of anything that is offered that will help you reach the independence you want for you and your children. Even if it takes you a year or two, you can do it. Please be patient and everyday while you are working towards making your plan come to fruition, look at your kids and know that soon you will provide for them and give them everything you need on your own.
  • You need to sit down and talk with your mom. And say "Look mom I really need your help right now so could you just for once help your daughter out. You help (your sisters name) out but you don't help me!" Something like that. And I wouldn't take kids into a job interview. Try to find a good cheap daycare that you trust to watch your kids. Or if you have a friend you could drop them over for just a little bit. And tell your mother that you won't be a burden anymore if you help her. Even if your not a burden I'd say that to make her feel bad. Also you could try to use student loan. Idk the website but they have those for people who need money for college. Some kids use it to buy college supplies too. But yeah... hope I helped. (:
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  • I'm a 56-year-old woman in Missouri who has been unable to work for the past 15 years. My husband and I are divorcing, and I have no idea how I might be able to make it on my own. Does anyone know if there's any sort of financial assistance available for an older woman in Missouri? I've applied for disability but was turned down. I don't know where else to turn.
  • Nearly EVERY disability case is turned down the first time. File an appeal. If he has been your sole support for the last 15 years, then you should be getting alimony from him.
  • Unless you have children under the age of 18, are blind aged or disabled, you will not qualify for medicaid in Missouri. Contact the hospital where you are having your surgery and ask if they offer financial assistance and if so, what you need to do in order to qualify. (Usually this is the Business Office or Admitting Dept.) If you don't qualify for that, you will have to arrange with them to make payments.
  • It's typical for health insurance to pay 80%. When you get the bill that shows how much the insurance has paid, you then call patient accounts and let them know your financial situation, and explain that you can only pay $20 or $30 a month. They will be very accepting of this but only if you consistently make the payments each month.
  • Are there any assistance programs out there for someone in the following situation? I was laid off at the beginning of 2009, my monthly payments were $600/month not including my providing health insurance and 50% of medical bills, etc. Now that I am drawing UI, the max I can receive is $345/wk before taxes(can't afford to take out the taxes due to my bills and need to pay child support). I have continually tried to provide the full amount of child support but informed the ex that I could not promise the payment in full going forward due to the circumstances. I now find myself drained of any savings and barely able to pay any child support putting a strain on my children's normal routine as well. I have continually been declined employment and have decided to take advantage of the FAFSA grant for Displaced Workers in order to obtain my degree since this is the main reason for my lack of re-employment. It is my understanding that under this program, financial assistance will continue during my attendance in college. What options do I have to get the amount of child support lowered or altered so that during this time of schooling I will be able to pay my bills and child support? Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.
  • I'm in KC. Child Support Adjustments You need to know that the child support guidelines are not set in stone. They are just guidelines. You can make a case for not paying so much. 1988 Public Law Record SEC. 103. STATE GUIDELINES FOR CHILD SUPPORT AWARD AMOUNTS. (A)(a) GUIDELINES TO CREATE REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION.-Section 467(b) of the Social Security Act is amended- (1) by inserting (1) after (b): (2) by striking, "but need not be binding upon such judges or other officials;" and (3) by adding at the end the following new paragraph: (4) "There shall be a REBUTTABLE presumption, in any judicial or administrative proceeding for the award of child support, that the amount of the award which would result from the application of such guidelines is the correct amount of child support to be awarded. A written finding or specific finding on the record that the application of the guidelines would be unjust or inappropriate in a particular case, as determined under criteria established the State, shall be sufficient to rebut the presumption is that case." You need to file a motion to modify your child support. If you are current in your support, you can do this by making an official request for a modification at the child support enforcement office under the provisions of Public Law 12. If there are arrears, contact the Clerk of the Court and request forms for filing for a modification, Pro Se. You will need to get a copy of the child support guidelines and worksheet from child support enforcement to determine if you have cause for a reduction. There needs to be at least a 20% difference in his payment. NEVER pay your child support directly to the mother as it can be considered a gift and not support. Always pay threw the court. If you want to learn how to do all this go to Dads House in Yahoo Groups. When you join, you’ll receive a link to an educational manual that will teach you what you need to know. Take the time to learn what you can and should do. http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Dad... http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseac...
  • Yes there is help. In Missouri there is a program in place called the Parents Fair Share program. This is a program to assist in lowering the amount of the child support. The only thing is you would need to speak with someone either at the Division of Child Support Enforcement or you can obtain an information pamphlet from any Dept. of Social Services office. Also you can check out the Division's website at http://www.dss.mo.gov/pr_family.htm Hope this helps.
  • If the custodial parent gets laid off they still have to not only support the child financially but emotionally, physically, and all the rest. You can always go to court and ask them to lower it. Also if you go back to school to get your degree without having a job as well your going to STILL have to pay. You helped make the kid and just because you want to go back to school doesnt mean they stop eating till you get done.
  • this is ridiculous exactly why i never became a father child support. In this backwards system they have absolutely no consideration for the father. yes i am aware of the children's needs but damn a man needs to be able to live too
  • Ok, I got accepted into Missouri S&T for engineering. I really love to smoke some mary jane, but I have ALOT to lose. I cannot afford to lose my financial assistance or get kicked out. I was planning on geting a Vapir Mini Oxygen Vaporizer, an air purifier (ionic or not?), maybe a window fan (assuming I'm not on the first floor) and a nice hefty safe (lock box). I'm gonna ask my dormie if he's cool with it on day one (I was given the choice to opt for a roomate who smokes tobacco, and made that one of my priorities (as I don't need a nerd bitching and whining about me smoking cigarettes)). I planned on being very discreet, and vaping in small amounts (blowing all of the exhaled vapor into the air purifier) and then stashing everything in a stash box in a locked safe. Please, experienced dorm tokers, let me know anything I'm missing (other than non-burning incense and other air fresheners). Thank you.
  • Get this device right here and you'll be good to go. It kills the smoke and smell. I can vouch for this...the Smoke Buddy personal air filter http://comeupdeals.com/smoke-buddy-perso...
  • you have to choose which you want more--smoke weed or go to college to become an engineer. Is weed that importnat to you that you'd risk your entire future career? your dormie will most likely not be ok with it because he could also get booted if its found in your room.
  • Get a paper towel roll, the cardboard thingy, stick a fabric softer in it and than light your pipe an blow all the smoke into it and it should smell like flowers.
  • Buy fake cigs and smoke them
  • i live in south east missouri. i adopted a yorkie from a rescue that was supposed to be healthy. turns out, shes not. i noticed that she was very stiff and the 2 teeth she has left (i was told she didnt have any teeth) are rotting out. i took her to the vet the day after i got her, and he noticed an oronasal fistula, a heart murmur, and kidnet infection .. among other things. he said the main thing was the problems in her mouth and surgery would be 300.00.. i dont have that kind of money right now. after paying for her, and the vet visit.. and her meds for her bones, i just dont have the money anymore. are there any places out there that can help?? we love her very much.. she was a kennel dog, and runs constant circles. its so sad.. nobody has ever loved this poor little girl, and she has been neglected. shes old, and deserves to live the rest of her life with no pain or worries... i did what i could yesterday.. but was wondering if there was any help out there??
  • It's taken me two years to find and compile this list. I hope it helps: : Agencies Offering Help with Medical Costs Following are a variety of organizations that may help with the cost of medical services outside normal vet visits, vaccinations and well-care visits. Some require applications for assistance; some provide very specific assistance, and some work directly with veterinarians. Please read the information carefully to find out if you qualify for services as well as what each agency requires to receive its services. AAHA HELPING PETS FUND 866/4HELPETS (866/443-5738) Based in Denver, Colorado, the AAHA Helping Pets Fund provides financial assistance when people cannot afford veterinary care for their pets. Through its Foundation, the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) created the AAHA Helping Pets Fund in 2004 to help those in need access quality veterinary care for sick or injured pets. We can help in three types of cases: When pet owners are on government assistance for low-income individuals When pet owners are experiencing a financial hardship When Good Samaritans find an animal in need who needs care, but the pet owner cannot be found The fund does not grant money directly to individuals. A veterinary clinic applies for a grant on behalf of the animal in need. For veterinary clinics, assistance is limited to $500 per calendar year for financial hardship cases and $200 per calendar year for Good Samaritan cases. Each pet and family is limited to $500 per calendar year. http://www.aahahelpingpets.org ANGELS4ANIMALS (916) 941-9119 Headquartered in El Dorado Hills, California, Angels4Animals, a non-profit organization and a program of Inner Voice Community Services, has a mission to serve as the guardian angel of animals whose caretakers find themselves in difficult financial situations. At Angels4Animals we believe that animal owners should not have to say goodbye to the animals that they love. Our work is accomplished in conjunction with veterinary clinics across the country, eager to assist as many animals, and their owners, as possible. Our services range from financial aid to complete treatment to those pets and pet owners in need. http://www.angels4animals.org THE BEAREN FOUNDATION P.O. Box 10375, Eugene, OR 97440 (541) 242-3827 The Bearen Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is “Helping People Help Their Pets.” We advocate for responsible pet guardianship and offer financial assistance to qualified applicants who face veterinary expenses beyond their means. Qualified applicants are referred to us via their veterinarian. Non-profit, in the process of obtaining our 501(c)(3) Megan Bendtzen bearenfoundation@hotmail.com www.bearenfoundation.org CARE CREDIT (800) 859-9975 Based in Costa Mesa, California, CareCredit is a flexible patient/client payment program, specifically designed for healthcare expenses, that makes it easier for you to get the treatment or procedures you want and need. CareCredit is ideal for co-payments, deductibles, treatment and procedures not covered by insurance, and can be used at over 45,000 practices nationwide. CareCredit extends credit to help with pet expenses (read terms very carefully, as with any credit contract). http://www.carecredit.com HELP-A-PET (630) 986-9504 Based in Hinsdale, Illinois, HELP-A-PET is a nonprofit organization which provides financial assistance for the medical care of pets whose owners are unable to afford the expense. HELP-A-PET is unique in two ways. First, it is the only U.S. charity which offers preventative, curative, and emergency medical treatment of pets through the use of local veterinarians. Second, EVERY PENNY donated is used to help pets - all payments are made directly to the veterinarian or medical supplier. Our efforts focus on serving the elderly, the disabled, and the working poor. Application required. http://help-a-pet.org/ IMOM Based in Pennsville, NJ. Our mission: helping people help pets. To better the lives of sick, injured and abused companion animals. We are dedicated to insure that no companion animal has to be euthanized simply because their caretaker is financially challenged. To see if you qualify for assistance, click here: http://imom.org/fa/ http://imom.org/ ORTHODOGS' SILVER LINING Headquartered in Owasso, Oklahoma, OSL was started by a small group of people who wanted to find a way to provide some relief for caregivers who were struggling to help their pets lead a healthy life. Through our personal experiences, having met via the Yahoo group called 'Orthodogs', we understood the particular difficulties of providing orthopedic care. Through the experiences of those close to us, we understood that companions of service dogs often face unimaginable hardships in trying to provide healthcare for their amazing canines. Our goal is to provide access to fundraising resources, and make emergency funds available for exceptional cases. OSLF is a nonprofit, all volunteer organization. Applicants should consider OSLF as their last resort to obtain financial assistance, and should have exhausted all other possibilities. In most cases, applicants will be asked to provide a summary of their attempts to obtain other funding, which may include a loan denial from Care Credit. Applicants will be asked to provide proof that they do not have the resources necessary to provide medical care for their dog. info@oslf.org http://www.oslf.org/aboutus.htm THE PET FUND (916) 443-6007 Headquartered in Sacramento, California, the goal of the Pet Fund is to provide financial assistance to owners of domestic animals who need veterinary care. The Pet Fund assists owners in covering medical costs beyond the normal expenses of vaccination, spay and neuter surgeries, food and routine veterinary care. The Pet Fund provides need-based financial assistance for the benefit of owners of domestic animals in order to provide for such animals’ urgent veterinary care needs (where serious medical care is needed beyond routine procedures) including treatment, surgery, and medications. Read the funding guidelines carefully. http://www.thepetfund.com/ UNITED ANIMAL NATIONS (916) 429-2457 Located in Sacramento, California, the LifeLine program provides grants for companion animals during life-threatening emergencies when rescuers or caregivers cannot afford the entire cost of treatment. The mission of LifeLine is to help homeless or recently rescued animals suffering from life-threatening conditions that require specific and immediate emergency veterinary care. We strive to serve Good Samaritans and rescue groups who take in sick or injured animals. In certain cases, LifeLine can also assist senior citizens and low-income families pay for immediate emergency veterinary care. Read the application guidelines carefully; they are very specific and have some significant limitations. http://www.uan.org/lifeline/index.html Here are a few other resources, although many of them are duplicates of the above: http://www.srdogs.com/Pages/needhomes.other.resources.html I hope that you will find timely help through one of those, but do check to see of your local vets will give credit, or if your local humane society has a veterinary fund Best of luck to you and your dog.
  • I totally understand. My sister adopted an older cat from a local shelter and they were to be putting him down a week prior, but during that week there was bad weather - so the only people at the shelter were there just to feed the animals. Since he was to die, they must not have cared too much for his health! She adopted him, and took him to the vet to get a check-up. Apperently, he was suffering from pneumonia for a few months. My sister had to pay over $300 in vet bills to get him in a good condition, the way he should have been. Apperently the shelter never called her back when she asked about getting some help with the bills, so she gave in. Just be persistant, they are to be helping their animals! Good luck!
  • You can try calling the shelter where you got her from, tell them the situation and ask if they can help you and your girl out. They did tell you she was healthy. If not, try calling around to different vets and getting different prices, you'd be surprised at how much one vet charges compared to another. You can also set up payment plans with the vet, where you pay a certain amount every month. Good luck!
  • My vet has funds set aside to help people that can't afford situations like this. They have fund raisers and peopl have even left them money in their will. Check to see if our vet has anything like this. You might also want to contact the shelter that you got her from. Sometimes they have vets they use regularly so maybe they can get a discount for you are maybe even help pay for it. It's the least they could do! Best of luck to both you ad your puppy.
  • Legally, you do have recourse with the shelter that she came from as she wasn't healthy when she was sold to you and they must have known that! Keep all of your vet bills in case this reaches a court of law, which it might yet! Is there a Veterinary University near you? Maybe its a drive away but they are well worth contacting because they'll treat your dog for next to nothing money-wise as its vital training for their vets! You're right, she does deserve to live out her life without pain so please seek it out on her behalf - she'd do it for you! You've done the very best for her and now you need some financial help, theres no shame in asking for it from those who shouldn't have sold her in the first place! Ring them and tell them your going to have her treated and your sending them the bill - you've paid out now its their turn! Best of luck to you both.
  • Won't the rescue where you got her treat her, if not I would at least report them to their Corp. office and if their a breed rescue or private one report them to the humane soc. If its the SPCA they should certainly help take care of her,other than that I don't know anything about Missouri, all I can suggest is calling around and see if anyone will at least give a discount if that doesn't work will your Vet do a payment schedule that you can handle. Good Luck
  • www.carecredit.com Its a great credit card that can only be used for Vets, Human doctors, Hospitals and health related stuff. A lot of the time, if you put over $250 on the card in one visit they give you no interest for 12 months. I would contact the rescue you got your yorkie from and see what they can do for you. Many shelters/rescues get discounts at Vet offices. They my at least be able to get you that.
  • take her back to the rescue there is no reason that they should of keeped her health problems from you!
  • There are some places that will help. My mother has Multiple Sclerosis and the MS society has helped us with her vehicle and with things we have needed for her home over the years. If you have a specific disability and that condition has a foundation they are usually the ones to contact. Also if you check your local phone book for places like Disability Resource Association's we have one here in Missouri and they help alot too.
  • Check with Catholic charities. They usually have contacts with other agencies. There are many types of disability, and assistance. If it is physical as opposed to mental, you stand a better chance.Good luck.
  • I found out when i had a stroke that mostly no body cares including the state (WA) who called to tell me that they don't care if i loose my house. i'm pretty discussted and fed up! I've defended this country since i was 12, but next time a bullseye goes on olympia, message to read: drop it on the "X", commrade
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