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S is a young woman who has suffered with addiction issues because of difficult childhood circumstances. She has just completed rehabilitation and is working with Christians Against Poverty to deal with the resultant debt from her addiction. A Debt Relief Order has been recommended and this is her last step to be free of her past and able to make a fresh start. S is on a very low income and cannot afford the £90 fee, therefore, she would greatly appreciate your help with this.
This single mum is starting afresh after a sudden breakdown in marriage. She is suffering from mental health, due to the breakdown, and is desperate for wardrobes and chests of drawers for herself and the children’s room, as they are currently using cardboard boxes. Mum is on a very low income and family members are supporting as much as they can with food and getting mum to mental health appointments. Benefits are not yet in place and the children are not sleeping, due to all the upset. Please can you help?
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D, a single mum who is in recovery from addiction, is doing an amazing job at changing her and her daughter's situation since her daughter recently came back into her care. Mum is attending day rehabilitation, dealing with her debts and attending a budgeting course. She has recently moved into a new flat with her daughter, but she is sleeping on the sofa so that her daughter can have the bed. A new bed would enable D to rest better and to continue to make the positive changes she is already making in her life.
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L is thirty four years old and claims Disability Benefit, due to her severe mental health. She has never been able to understand budgeting and has never been given any help and support around this. L has been referred to us by her GP for debt advice, as she has built up debts she cannot afford to pay. Once the rent and bills have been paid, L has barely enough money to buy food. We have other charities involved who are now giving the support she desperately needs. A Debt Relief Order is her best option. Thank you for your support.