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50 Year Old Bipolar Disabled Woman Seeks Government Grant For Home Repairs

by Aleecia
(Tallassee, Alabama, USA)

I am a 50-year-old disabled woman who has put her life in the hands of the Lord. I believe that he has led me to this site to find the relief I need for the work that needs to be done on my home to restore it to its right standing.

I have raised my two children alone except for the help of my disabled mother, a Parkinson's victim, for whom we provided care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, along with their other grandparents who live one street over from me.

We didn't have all the name brand clothes and all the technological things other kids at their school had, but we had each other and lots and lots of love flowed in this house.

They took care of me when I was so depressed that I could not even function and when I was so manic I couldn't get a rational grip on myself. But I finally, with the Lord's help and their love, became stable!

I would so like to be able to do the things to this house that have needed to be done for so long now and make it feel like home again to them when they come here!

I want to give my grandchild, my 1st due in January 2011, a place to come to and feel the memories of love that have been born around her mommy and uncle and their family!

This is a house built on faith and love and perseverance, not materialistic value. I don't want a mansion. I have one waiting for me when I leave this earth.

Please help me give this to my family! May god bless your decision!

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May 14, 2015
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by: SheilaKay Paris

Hi there, Aleecia.

Katina gave you some great info back in 2010 and I was wondering how it's been going since then. Did you get the house repaired or another that is more suitable to you and your family?

Besides here with Don's website, there is another he endorses that is also free for joining and participating in for your own benefit.

This one is run by Brian Therrien called, the Disability Digest. You can access it here and he doesn't charge a penny:

Disability Digest

The above link has the following resources -

Getting Approved For Disability
How To Maximize Your Benefits
How Much You Can Legally Make
Reliable Jobs And Income
How To Find Affordable Housing
Disabled Grants
Financial & Health Care Assistance
Connect With And Learn From Others
All About Veterans Benefits, and
More when you become a member

You can sign up to find out about these resources you deserve by registering for free at the very bottom.

Many blessings!

SheilaKay

Jul 20, 2010
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by: Katina

As a disabled person myself, I can sympathize with your situation and I definitely understand your need for help.

I've done a bit of research and found these resources for you:

Resource 1:

American Red Cross
301 King St Ste B
Tallassee, AL 36078
(334) 283-2889
http://www.redcross.org/en/

Resource 2:

Advocacy Center
for Persons with Disabilities
1-800-342-0823

In any case, please let us know if they've been helpful to you.

Katina

Good luck!

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