Grant For Michelle With Multiple Disabilities To Improve Home Finances
by Michelle Haynes
(San Antonio, Texas, USA)
I am a 50-year-old Black American female who lives in San Antonio, Texas. I was a self-employed businesswoman who operated an in-home daycare for 14 years.
I graduated high school and completed two years of college.
I have two young adult children. My son, who is the oldest, is in the military and married with two children.
My daughter is away from home attending college, majoring in physiology.
God's Way Christian Church is the church I attend on a regular basis.
My health started to decline when I had a headache for three days during work. I woke up in the hospital two days later. Doctors said I had a grand mal seizure. I had a new seizure diagnosis in November of 2006.
I've also been diagnosed with degenerative disk disease, panic disorder, GERD, neuropathy, insomnia, spondylitis, scoliosis and diabetes including a neurostimulator in my back.
I'm on 13 medications. I have some memory loss and trouble staying focused.
I receive $978 monthly for Disability. My mother is my Representative Payee. She helps with housing and food.
Insurance only covers vision yearly and there's no dental coverage for the type of effect medications have on the teeth.
There is a need for me to pay off my debts and more towards my home escrow. There are much-needed home repairs.
Family members have given me donations. My neighbors helped organize a spaghetti plate fundraiser and we shared in a yard sale.
A grant will give me the opportunity to breathe, hopefully have less stress with a healthier Body. More important, my mother needs a break.
Will you please send me more information about how I can pay my debt off without the accumulated interest rates.
I do believe that my situation can improve. In church the sermon was "How God Can Turn Around A Bad Situation."