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Government Housing Grant Money For Autistic Man To Get Decent Home

by Ricky Pasket
(Las Vegas, Nevada, USA)

I'm a 28-year-old single guy. I've never been in the military; I could not due to certain issues.

Being autistic, I have struggled all my life. All I've got is my mom and she's pushing into her fifties.

I have never owned a home. I'm scared that when she's gone I won't be able to get my own place.

It scares me so bad that I sometimes can't sleep at night. I need help really bad. I feel like I will never achieve my goals in life. :(

Disability Issues

I have ADHD and mild autism and I have panic disorders. It makes it hard to go out places and I struggle to answer simple questions.

I had to take an adjusted high school grade because I could not pass the tests.

All my life it's been hard and my caretaker is getting older.

When I get out in the summers, I sweat violently and vomit a lot.

Financial Hardship

I never owned a home or any land. It's always been my dream but since I can't work anymore, it's been a struggle.

I wish every night as I go to bed it would change. Sometimes I cry myself to sleep because all seems to be lost.

Income Efforts

I get SSI but it's not enough for a home.

My autism keeps me from working because I struggle when doing things and get fired.

I have no way I can think of to generate more income.

Specific Needs

I need a grant for a home. My mom won't let me live with her, so I live in a tiny RV.

I have been trying all my life to have a decent home. It's been a dream of mine that I struggled all my life to achieve.

It seems that it not working. I don't know what to do. I have tried everything I can think of.

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Mar 18, 2013
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Housing grant
by: Anonymous

I went there and there were no housing grants for me. Maybe I shall have my mom look it over.

Mar 15, 2013
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Help is there for you...
by: Don from Accessible.org

Hi Ricky,

Please go to this page for step by step instructions on how to get started with the federal government website that helps you find benefits you are entitled to:

http://www.ability-mission.org/benefits

Few people are aware of this, so you could be quite surprised at what you uncover.

Let us know what you find, okay?

All the best!
Don from Accessible.org

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