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Is there any organizations that can help you out? - December 28th 2011, 04:37 AM

im only 18 where I stay its hard finding a job because there are very little places to look for a job at. I stay in a small community. I went to a college but it gave me a major setback in the beginning of my life because it messed me up finacially and much more of my school work. my mom stay around guys all day and my dad ain't too much finacially supportive when it comes to a car either. my plans always been to get a job go to school and save up for a car and a place. when I was in school I didn't know anyone except my relative she treated me like sh*t after all I done for her so I ended up after the school problems anyway to come back home.my oldest sister use to help me a lot the last time I seen her was when I was in college when I had her around me I had help with everything she even taught me things I looked up to her as a rolemodel. I don't like being helped because I wasn't taught anything from my mom from the time I was little until now. is there any organization that can help you get a car? please don't criticize my situation
   
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Re: Is there any organizations that can help you out? - December 28th 2011, 11:26 AM

why don't you google it?


   
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Re: Is there any organizations that can help you out? - December 29th 2011, 01:21 AM

I found some online. If you would like to know more about them then look at the name of the orginazation which is in bold and copy and paste it into Google and there website should come up with alot of information.

Community Action Organizations -Local public or non-profit organization that provide numerous types of help and assistance, including help with utility bills, job training, and other services.
American Red Cross - Local branches of the American Red Cross provide Americans with help paying electric and heating bills. The Red Cross will also provide other forms of assistance, such as aid to military families, health and safety classes, disaster assistance, and other community services. The services provided by the Red Cross depend on the individual consumer need, and the Red Cross must also always keep extra funds in reserve available for emergencies. The Red Cross receives most of the money it has available to pay out from the United Way.



Gradient Gives Back Community Outreach Program - This program provides families with direct financial assistance, including rent and mortgage payments. They also offer counseling, help with tax returns, budgeting skills, and more.

Operation Homefront - The non-profit charity organization Operation Homefront provides emergency financial assistance, grants, counseling, and other aid for military personnel. It helps those who are currently in the service, as well as ex- military. In addition they can also assist families of service members as well as wounded soldiers


Operation Round Up - Operation Round Up is an assistance program that is offered by utility and gas companies in many states. This organization, and the aid they will give provides energy assistance funds to families and individuals in need of help. In addition, the program will offer additional aid, such as help for paying medical bills, rent or housing costs, and more.



United Way - Numerous utility companies across the country offer support and assistance to Americans to help them pay their electric bills. The utility companies will sometimes out source the administration of the program to the United Way. Please contact you local United Way office to see if they are aware of any assistance or support provided by your utility provider. A search box is at the bottom of this page.



Salvation Family Emergency Services - You can also contact The Salvation Army for additional help paying heating, utility and electric bills. The Salvation Army Family Emergency Services unit helps support basic human needs. The Salvation Army will provide a safety net to anyone who has nowhere else to turn, and if those people need help paying bills. Some of the services provided by the Salvation Army include clothing, food, electric bill help and counseling. The Salvation Army also has many case workers that are part of the Family Emergency Services, and these case workers will help prevent homelessness through crisis intervention. You need to contact your local Salvation Army Chapter for more information on charity assistance and other services they offer.

Ways to Work Foundation - This organization helps families and individuals who can't secure loan funding or cash grants at traditional lending institutions. Funds provided can be used to pay for items such as unexpected bills, fix transportation issues and purchase prescription drugs.
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