Illegally fired in Texas and now am struggling

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Illegally fired in Texas and now am struggling

Post by SoyB » Thu Dec 19, 2013 8:00 pm

I am a 30 year old female living in San Antonio, TX. I have been ill since July, hospitalized several times and was fired from my job because of it. I am at a loss of what to do. Because of my employer, I have been denied unemployment even though it was out of my hands. I am appealing, but have no income in the mean time. I have tried to find work, but because of my illness and a pending surgery, have not been successful. My bills are piling up and I need help. I don't know where to turn. Are there any services or resources available to me? Thank you for your time.

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Re: Illegally fired in Texas and now am struggling

Post by Marshall » Thu Dec 31, 2015 9:34 am

In an emergency for gasoline and food and possibly a hotel for one night. My baby is 8 months old today and I am a single mother who was living with a friend in Midland Texas which turned into a very bad environment for my baby and was kicked out at lunch today.
I have no gas and my home town is Beaumont Texas. Which is all the way across Texas and a hard trip for a baby in a car seat. If anyone could help or willing to help. Please do so. I am a good Christian mother who was fired and then just stuck in a bad time wanting the best for my baby which is why I moved to Midland. I was promised a good job paying enough to support my child and I. Thank you for your time. Also prayers would be nice. Thank you.

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Re: Illegally fired in Texas and now am struggling

Post by Admin » Tue Mar 08, 2016 1:15 pm

We are not sure if you can get gasoline in Texas, but food pantries are common. Or instead of a hotel for one night, a shelter is much more likely to be able to accommodate you. As far as being religious or Christian, funding does not discriminate based on that. It won't hurt or help your application to financial aid in Texas. But call around and see what you can be qualified for.

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Re: Illegally fired in Texas and now am struggling

Post by chelsea » Wed Oct 16, 2019 10:08 am

No job, no $$$, no vehicle, need help with divorce, and would like to pay husband off for home living in since he is never home. Water, electricity, insurance, and taxes on Texas house all help wanted. Job of course with management and business degree as I was illegally fired from Dell in Texas Interviews but no call backs. Actually have 92 vehicle which needs repairs.

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Re: Illegally fired in Texas and now am struggling

Post by Admin » Thu Oct 17, 2019 10:07 am

If you were really, truly illegally fired (as most people aren't as there are 2 sides to a story), then try legal aid. But once again most people think they were mistreated and in fact were not...as the fact is no one is guaranteed a job and employment is At-Will, meaning both employer and employee can end it at any time. Anyhow, here are resources for your area.
https://www.needhelppayingbills.com/htm ... grams.html

chelsea wrote:No job, no $$$, no vehicle, need help with divorce, and would like to pay husband off for home living in since he is never home. Water, electricity, insurance, and taxes on Texas house all help wanted.

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