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FYI Informational Sites. You may have to copy and paste to get the sites to come up. GOD BLESS
GovBenefits.gov is the official benefits website of the U.S. government, with information on over 1,000 benefit and assistance programs.
Federal Student Aid On The Web
Grants.gov Home page
US Department of Labor / Grant and Funding Opportunities
If you are a small business looking for a loan go here.
To find out if you are eligible for grant opportunities offered on Grants.gov

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FYI Providing clients with fast, easy access to information and resources has always been a number one priority at HUD. And now, in the information age, we are delighted to offer HUDCLIPS on the Web! This new information service offers HUD clients FREE access to HUD's official repository of policies, procedures, announcements, and other materials.
HUD CLIPS

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FYI Lesko Wants You To Help Yourself! http://www. help yourself. lesko.com/ GOD BLESS
Lesko Wants You To Help Yourself!

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FYI Free Rides to the Doctor for Grandma Many seniors have to give up driving their cars, perhaps because of the cost or illness. But then how do they get to the doctor or the bank or the store? Many rely upon their friends and children to solve their transportation needs, but there are times when you need to come up with another alternative. The Eldercare Locator provides access to an extensive network of organizations serving older people at the sate and local community levels. This service can connect you to information sources for a variety of services, including transportation. For more information, contact Eldercare Locator, National Association of Area Agencies on Aging, Washington, DC 20201; 800-677-1116 between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. EST; or use link below. GOD BLESS
The Administration on Aging

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FYI Free Prescription Drugs at Any Age (income up to $40,000 per person) Valium, Prozac, and Dilantin are just a few of the medications you can get Free directly from the drug companies themselves. That’s right: drug companies don’t want everybody to know this, bt they will give certain people who can’t afford their medications their drugs free of charge if you participate in their “indigent patient programs.” Your doctor needs to sign a form stating that you cannot afford the drugs that you need. Once the forms are filled out they are shipped directly to your doctor’s office. Contact Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, 1100 15th St., NW, Washington, DC 20005; www.helpingpatients.org or https://www.pparx.org/Intr o.php Information from: Matthew Lesko’s 101 Best Things America Gives Away for Free GOD BLESS
Link from Lesko
Actual web address

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FYI Fair Debt Collection If you use credit cards, owe money on a personal loan, or are paying on a home mortgage, you are a "debtor." If you fall behind in repaying your creditors, or an error is made on your accounts, you may be contacted by a "debt collector." You should know that in either situation, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act requires that debt collectors treat you fairly and prohibits certain methods of debt collection. Of course, the law does not erase any legitimate debt you owe. For more information go to the link below. Read your rights GOD BLESS ALL
Facts for Consumers for fair debt collection

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FYI $10,000 For Your First Business Count Me In offers women access to business loans, consultation, and education, making loans of $500 to $10,000 available to women who are trying to obtain their first business loan. The organization provides access to networks that expand contacts, markets, skills, and confidence. Loans can be used for working capital, purchase of inventory or equipment, marketing materials for a sales event, or other uses. Contact Count Me In, 240 Central Park South, Suite 7H, New York, NY 10019; 212-245-1245; www.count-me-in.org.
For Women's Economic Independence

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Hailey

Thank you very much. I appreciate the information! Your links were helpful.

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FYI If you are out of work and need to learn some new skills in order to get employed. The Career One Stop can help you. They have information about Federal job training programs, Workforce Investment Act training, apprenticeships and more. Career One Stops can help you do a career and skills assessment to see where you are and where you need to go. They will even help direct you to money sources to pay for the training you need. For more information, check out www.careeronestop.org . GOD BLESS
Career One Stop

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FYI If you are out of work and need to learn some new skills in order to get employed. The Career One Stop can help you. They have information about Federal job training programs, Workforce Investment Act training, apprenticeships and more. Career One Stops can help you do a career and skills assessment to see where you are and where you need to go. They will even help direct you to money sources to pay for the training you need. For more information, check out www.careeronestop.org . GOD BLESS
Career One Stop

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FYI Social Security Benefit Publications. GOD BLESS
Social Security Benefit Publications

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SW in need

If you have any one contact you about SSI or SSD problems/applications or requirements I can help. If they leave me a message I can try an help. I am very familiar with these programs as well as PA/food stamps/EITC and section 8. let me know.

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Hello, FYI for SSDI and SSI program. GOD BLESS
A SUMMARY GUIDE TO EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES UNDER THE SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY INSURANCE (SSDI) AND SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME (SSI) PROGRAMS
Benefits For People With Disabilities

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elkmontmomtobe@aol.com

thank you, but it didn't seem to help me, or maybe i don't know what i am doing. My nerves are very bad, thinking about this and going to have my little girl in may. It is alot on me right now, and being of work doesn't seem to help either, but thank you, and if you think of anything else, i would love to hear from you

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sshea1

Hello, I have posted informational links on my members page for browsing. GOD BLESS TO ALL

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Please help us2

God bless you! Thanks for the links. There should be more people like you in this world!

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sshea1

Hello, Here are the links that will take you to the two programs I spoke about. The first link is the loan program. The next is the grant program. My sister used the loan program. She received her funds aprox. $7,500 with a interest of 3%. Her payments are $35.00 a month. She has a full time job and is not disabled. Good Luck and hope all works out well.
Loan program
repair program

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grandma's house

Thank you for your advice. I had thought of going the government help route, but after calling the HUD Housing a few weeks ago to get information for someone else who is disabled and needs assistance with rent payment I became discouraged by the whole process. Was told there is a six month waiting period. . My roof is really leaking and waiting for several months is not appealing. Perhaps I'll start the process in case I can't get the money together before the winter is over. Thanks for taking the time to respond to my plea for help. Toni

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Ihavetried

Thank you so much for the wealth of information that you provided to me. I am definitely looking into all of the links and organizations that you referenced. You have been a great help!!

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sshea1

Hello, I am reponding to Who ~ Knew. I'm sorry, I was in a hurry writing my post and put the words in the wrong order. I have never been a strong typer resulting in my fingers being slower that my thoughts. The members page links I posted was to provide the reader with more information as well as the information I could provide. I have changed it to read correctly. In my own quest to find or fund my own dreams over the years I have researched librarys, taken classes, and purchased many books, cds, and memberships to gain the information I share with those on this web page. As you have requested, I am listing the current resources I have used in my post below. The Overnight Millionaire. Author:Russ Dalbey (About 2 years old) Another site for reading about making money is: www.Free2990Gifts.com/chainrea ction/charlesjacklin I have also requested and received The Consumer Information Catalog on line from the Federal Government. Their web site is: www.pueblo.gsa.gov Matthew Lesko books on: Free Legal Help Free Helath Care Free Money and help for Women Entrepreneurs These books are about a year old now. Another source I use comes from a free seminar I attended one weekend in my city hosted by The National Grants Conference. After the 2 day seminar, I purchased a membership in The National Grants along with The Power 2000 Club. (2005 -2006) The information provided in these books has help me find some of the things I have interest in. It is a learning process. Here are those reference books: Cashing In with Government Grants, Loans, and Subsidies.Topics covered: Making Money with Government Foreclosures Making Money with Government Auctions. Making Money with Government Grants, Loans and Subsidies. Making Money with Government Tax Lien Certificates. The Index Directory of Federal Domestic Assistance Programs. The Complete Directory and Cross Reference to Federal, State and Local Grants, Loans and Subsidies. I purchased this program through Google. Growing Rich with Google. I also purchased this 2 cd pack from BidFuel. The program is called: Auction Success Kit. I hope I have provided the information you were seeking. God Bless

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