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About Bridges Transitional Living Program - CEDARS
Last-Modified: 2019-11-16 10:11:22
Bridges Intake Procedure: Contact Larry Pickrel, Admission Specialist, (402) 437-8933
Description: SCATTERED SITE HOUSING for homeless teens, state wards, and juvenile offenders; 24-hour support, case management, and employment assistance; nationally accredited by the Council of Accreditation (COA)
Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.
Hours of operation: Mon-Sun 24 hours Fees: A participant fee is required
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Anonymous - Jan 22, 2020
I need help, im couch serving and homeless i have 2 beautiful little girls. I really suck at punctuation with writing, but i try my best here. My name is jessyca i go by jessy and i need a place for my girls and i to live desperately i have had a very ill momma and currently shes in a nursing home, i was living with her and now i have nowhere to go. I receive supplemental social security income.. 783/M and nobody will rent to me becuase they expect twice the amount of the rent. I need a good home for my girls a 2/3 bedroom that is in my income that i recieve something i could afford with what i have. I know some places do 50% of what i make. Ive been through a number of things other the the homeless part but im a consistent momma and i plead for help with my education and other things if u guys can help me. My life had ideally not been easy for nothing. Gone through too much.
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