Kimberly and her daughter, 8/24/18

Please join us in congratulating Kimberly and her daughter for ending their homeless situation today by getting into a place of their own. When Kimberly called we built a budget with her and she was able to find an affordable rental that fit this budget, so we were happy to pay her security deposit so they could move in. Every crisis that causes someone to lose their housing is different, read theirs below:

Dear OTS,
I was living with my daughter to help her out while she was going to school and the baby father came home and she asked to me to leave after he and i had a misunderstanding about him coming there to stay. It was best that i leave cause he was mistreating my daughter and there was an altercation and i was put out by the police and couldn’t go back only to get my belongings on July 14. My daughter filed a police report against me claiming that i vandalized her car and i sent the information to you as well. So i arranged to have my things removed and they gave me some hours to move my belongings and i put my things in storage and found me a place and put a holding fee deposit on it but but can’t afford the rest. The deposit is large because of my bankruptcy. I owe the complex the remaining remaining portion. My sister named allowed me and my daughter Tayla to stay until i move and i called 211 to find resources to help with my deposit and they gave me your information. My sisters home was sold and i have to leave there immediately to try and get my 17 year old daughter settled cause she start school this month. I thank you all for helping me out cause im currently on disability for diabetic nerve pain in my feet. I need to move get myself my treatment for my feet also. Im due to return to work. I’ve been at my job for 14 years and i am eager to get well and return. I thank you so very much for helping me. My daughter and i are very thankful for your services.
Thank you, Kimberly

This family brings our placements this year to 113 and our grand total since we started OTS in 2014 up to 623. Read more about our charity at OTSHB.COM.

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