Seek Financial Assistance on Medical Bills

Many Americans believe that they can’t afford to go to the doctor because they have lost their job and have no insurance. Some families often suffer from a medical condition and we all know how quickly medical bills can rack up…but, don’t let the financial burden get the better of your health. You can seek Financial Assistance to help pay down your medical debt. When you receive that HUGE bill in the mail for your hospital visit, be sure to {Read More}

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Talk With Your Children About Fire Safety

// <![CDATA[ LA¬† few nights ago, as I dose back off to sleep, I kept hearing sirens. While it’s not unusual to hear them in the distance these sirens were to close for comfort. So as I glanced outside I saw lights flashing and knew it wasn’t a good sign. I told the Hubs I was heading outside {just incase he were to hear the buzzer for the alarm he wouldn’t wake up wondering WTH and reach for a lil {Read More}

Where to Turn To For Help When You Need It

// A few months ago I was watching a Dateline special and it broke my heart hearing the stories of shame of people who needed help. While they were disguised to help not feel ashamed they went in and sought assistance for their families. There is no shame in asking for help. That’s why I do what I do…to help others. I can’t help if you don’t ask for it and others don’t know what you don’t tell them! Here’s {Read More}

No Shame In Asking For Help

Last night I watched a special on Dateline called “America Now”. It was a very eye opening and educational show that highlighted Americans that are the new Low Middle Class. My heart aches for not only the families that allowed the show to tell their story, but for ANYONE who has been effected by this crisis that’s going on in our country right now. Let’s face it – in today’s economy it’s TOUGH to get a job. I’ve witnessed this {Read More}

Clermont County Residents Seeking Disaster Relief, Receive Up To $1,500

Opportunities to Help Tornado Victims

I’m a bit overwhelmed with y’all contacting me asking for ways in which you can help so much do that I’m using my iPhone to write this article! Anyhow, all towns are now open to volunteers. Be sure to take gloves for yourself. If you own and operate a chain saw that’s also a HUGE need. You’ll be asked to stay in public property and to separate the debris into piles. You’ll create a pile for garbage, another for construction {Read More}

Cincinnati Coupons Relief Efforts for Tornado Victims

I have partnered with local businesses in Cincinnati to begin collecting donations for the victims of the tornado that impacted our community on Friday, March 2. Cherry Grove/Eastgate – LaTosha’s Cutting Edge Salon, 482 Ohio Pike (Beechmont), next to Verizon across from Olive Garden. Their phone number is (513)528-3343. Their hours are Sunday-Monday Closed, Tuesday 10am – 8pm, Wednesday 12pm – 8pm, Thursday 10am – 6pm, Friday 10am – 5pm and Saturday 9am – 4pm. Fairfield – Honda of Fairfield, {Read More}

How to Obtain Assitance for Paying Bills, Clothing, etc?

In this economy we all know someone who is struggling to pay their bills, provide food for their families and getting their automobile serviced is the last thing on the list. After, speaking with several individuals this past week, I felt it was my duty, to share these resources with you. If you or someone you know is in need of Heat/Electric Assistance contact Ohio Association of Community Action Agencies at 1-800-282-0880. The OACAA has over $5 million dollars to {Read More}