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My son is homeless and is need of finding a job. The problem is without an address, he cannot qualify for any assistance. He is struggling to keep himself out of trouble and doing what is right by looking for work, putting applications in as many places he can. When he is asked where he lives and he tells him that he is homeless at this time and needs work to be able to get a place to live, he is then brushed off.
I am trying to help him as much as possible, however my husband, his step father will not allow him to stay in our home. I am desperate in seeking help from a sight that I know nothing about. He needs any help he can muster up.
I hope that he does not get so discouraged because of the coldness of our beloved state and city.
Betty M Gripp
I was born in Tacoma, Washington. Oldest child of eight (8) brothers and sisters. Raised my three (3) boys alone for 15 years. Remarried in 1997 to a man that I thought was an answer to the waiting and prayers that I had. After my mother passed away in 2000 from cancer, my husband changed. He became hateful towards my sons. Granted they made horrible choices in their lives and took paths that I do NOT agree with, but they are still my sons and when they are trying, why does he expect me to turn my love and back on him????
I retired from the military after 20 years as a Captain. I am currently trying to help the veterans by being active in the Veterans of Foreign Wars; which is all volunteer work.
My husband is disabled and unable to work. Stays home all the time.