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All government programs in North Carolina

Postby Aggie » Sat Apr 19, 2014 9:39 pm

I am a single parent of two children. I lost my job at NC Baptist Hospital in January, and have since lost my unemployment. I am applying to every position I see, but am having no luck. For the past two months, I have depended on my 65 year old parents for help.
I am 45 and have always worked. I saw on TV where you may be able to get help when you are in this situation.
I live in Forsyth County North Carolina. I applied for food stamps about 3 months ago, but I haven't received any thing yet. I have no money coming in at all.
I would appreciate any information you have to offer.
Thank you in advance for your help.

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Re: All government programs in North Carolina

Postby Admin » Thu Sep 11, 2014 1:11 pm

We do have information on government and public programs in Forsyth County, but don't limit your search to them. Also look into charity resources too, such as churches, Salvation Army, and more. Keep your options open when seeking financial aid, as there are many options and solutions available besides food stamps, LIHEAP, etc. Locate resources and public aid in Forsyth. http://www.needhelppayingbills.com/html ... istan.html

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Re: All government programs in North Carolina

Postby Newton Adam » Sun Jan 01, 2017 9:54 am

Good afternoon,
I need some assistance with housing, utilities, and transportation costs in Eastern North Carolina. My situation is very, very complicated. I can absolutely guarantee you that you have never heard anything like this before in your life. I promise on my heart that everything I'm saying is absolutely true.
After getting my master's degree in August in New York City, I decided to move back home to York PA where I planned to land a great job.
I put a contract on a home to purchase in June of 2016. I moved to the area in May of 2016 in expectation of my home closing in October or November. When my three month lease was up at the end of November, my home had not closed.
I had to move into another at the beginning of December, which as soon as I moved, my home closed one week later, on December 5th. I moved out of the temporary home into my purchased home in the beginning of January.
My 4 kids and I were only able to sleep there one night as there was so much mildew and mold, at dangerous levels, that was a result of the storms and flooding disaster in October.
I then had to move, spur of the moment, into a fourth home, which was temporary housing that an acquaintance of mine had a friend who let me borrow and paying rent in a rental home she had to move out of.
I have to move out of that home at the end of this month.
My first mortgage payment was due in December of 2016 and I was unable to pay it because I was paying rent to live somewhere else in north Carolina. Currently, I am 2 months behind on my mortgage as I have not even made the first payment. I have spent so much money moving 4X that I am absolutely broke.
I have no family as my disability relates to the abuse that I suffered from my family as a youth. I am a single mother, an educated single mother, of two children that I also raise alone as their father was abusive to me.
I am on disability and my goal was to move here with my Master's Degree, live in my newly purchased home, and gain substantial employment so I no longer have to be on disability.
I have put a hundred dollar deposit on an apartment to move into at the beginning of April. The only apartment that I could get approved for is $1,163 a month. The deposit is one month's rent which I do not have to pay. When I get my disability check and pay the rent to move in granted I am able to get assistance for my security deposit I will have no money left over to cover moving expenses much less any of my bills such as utilities, car payment, gas, and car insurance. All of my utilities are two to three months behind as is my car payment and my car insurance.
I also became very ill in January when I was exposed to the large amount of mildew and mold which I'm allergic to. I was very diligent before I moved here and applied for Medicaid in January of 2017. My application was sitting in pending since then when I call this week to check on it and was told that they no longer have any application on file for me. I have multiple unpaid medical bills from several visits to the ER and numerous doctor’s appointments.
I'm beginning to feel physically better, well enough to start my job hunt, but if I am homeless with no car as it would get repossessed since I have not been able to pay the first payment on that, there is no way I can get a job.
Is there any way you can help me? I am a good person and a good parent. I don't know why all these horrible things are happening to me and I am losing faith in the existence of a loving God. I am abandoning the positive attitude that I have maintained for my entire life as this attitude and the concept of a loving God has not helped me as my life has always been this complicated and difficult.
I thank you in advance for any help or guidance that you can offer me.
Sincerely broken down,

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Re: All government programs in North Carolina

Postby Savannah » Wed Apr 25, 2018 8:19 am

I live in Greenville, NC. I am trying to find a somewhere to help me pay for rental and utility deposits from the government. I am working and I have exhausted my work first 5 year benefits. I have found an apartment and I want to move in the first week of August. I have 4 children ages 11 months, 23 months, 4 and 16. We have been living with family and friends since September of 2013.

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Re: All government programs in North Carolina

Postby Be White » Wed Nov 14, 2018 4:28 pm

Good morning,
I was referred by social worker to government aid, and referred by the Big buddy program and with * crisis at Coastal horizons. I reside in Wilmington NC 28401. I have been residing at this address for 5 years. Our rent is $750 a month. Our only source of income is SSI and child support. My other son gets child support only.
We fell behind because I had to stop working back in February and my son SSI payments got stopped. On the day of his review I passed out and ended at the hospital. I did provide proof and judge changed his decision to an appeal but cancelled payments. After months of tests I found out that I have a brain tumor on the right side of my head.
I still have syncope episodes without warning and asthma attacks just to name a few things. I have applied for my disability but haven't heard anything yet. It's been a struggle for me and my family. I can't drive or move around by myself because I never know when I'm going to pass out.
Recently I fell going down the stairs and broke my foot. We have court on Friday with the landlord. I have been to social service, the help hub and catholic charities. Social service has no government funds and help hub and catholic charities don't assist with rent. I know its short time notice but we got served with papers on Monday. If you can assist me can you please call my landlord all he wants is a specific date. If you can't assist me can you provide me with resources that you might think they will help?
Attach is proof of income, lease and court papers. If you have further questions please email me or call.
Sincerely,


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