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Grant Money To Provide Emergency Debt Relief For Accident Disabled Dad

by Keith Jordan
(Trenton, NJ, USA)

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I'm 37 years of age, and a graduate of Trenton Central High School, class of 95, with a little college background.

I'm looking to obtain a grant to assist me with medical bills and debt relief.

I have five sons that I love and always provided support for. I've always maintained work until two and a half years ago!

I was involved in a serious auto accident that left me unable to work. I suffered head and neck injuries with a torn ligament in my right knee, major spinal and back injuries with permanent scars from lacerations to my face and legs.

I also was diagnosed with PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder.) It's been hell. I underwent at least six surgical procedures and I am still under the doctor's care.

Being in this predicament caused me to fall into a downward financial spiral, and it also brought on depression and stress due to not being able to provide for my family and myself.

I became mentally and physically devastated by it. I presently receive long-term disability but it's not nearly enough to began to attempt to solve the burdens I'm presently facing.

I'm presently in foreclosure, my auto was repossessed, and the job I held before this auto accident sent out severance and layoff notices and picked up and moved.

My medical benefits, which had my family covered, are no more! With no plans, my medical expenses and prescriptions are out of pocket.

I would like to seek some type of grant that caters to this type situation! Please help me! Sincerely, Mr. Keith Jordan.

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by: Katina from Accessible.org

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:

Looking Forward Ministry, Inc.
600 Erie Street,
P.O. Box 3024,
Camden, NJ 08101
Ismael Hilerio
(856) 966.5680

Resource 2:

National Debt Services
(856) 429-4500

Resource 3:

Consumer Credit Counseling Service
(908) 788-7710
168 Main St
Flemington, NJ.

Katina from Accessible.org

Good luck!

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