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53 Year Old Disabled Woman Seeks Housing Grant Money For New Home

by Vickie Peterson
(LaCrosse, WA, USA)

53 Year Old Disabled Woman Seeks Housing Grant Money For New Home

I'm a lady living with disabilities and needing to buy a new home. I have high blood pressure, heart problems, and I am a Type 2 diabetic.

I have what the doctor calls ulcers on my hands, legs and arms. I live in an area where the heat really makes them worse.

I also have problem with my lungs that is called COPD.

I don't have any money for a down payment and not sure where to turn for help. My credit is bad and I can't afford to pay a credit repair company to clean it up for me.

It seems that everything takes money and I just don't have any to speak of.

I want to try working from home, doing data entry but don't have the funds to get started with a legitimate company.

I have been turned down so many times that things aren't looking good for me at all.

I have been battling depression for the last 10 years which is how long that I have been on Disability.

I'm not sure how to put my story down on paper, as this is the first time that I have even thought of doing it.

There are days that I don't even like myself or want to get out of bed because I hurt so much so working is out of the question except for some I can do from home!

Well we have come to the end of my sad but true story.

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Sep 15, 2010
Help with Housing in Washington
by: AKatina from Accessible.org

Congratulations on making the effort to submit your story to Accessible.org.

With the publication of your story, you are now well on your way to:

1. Getting your story known to a wide audience that could help you.

2. Getting your story polished up and presentable so you can submit it elsewhere, including the White House.

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:

Hud Housing Program Washington

National Resource Center on
Supportive Housing and Home Modification

Please let us know if the resources have helped you in any way.

Katina from Accessible.org

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