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Why when tax paying citizens need assistance from local, city, state government there is No HELP?
Unemployed 1 1/2 year now, underemployed making less, behind in mortgage and facing foreclosure, financial assistance consistently denying assistance.

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Home ownership is a privilege, not a right, and governments are not obligated to help you own a home.  Sorry.  You may need to see about getting the house refinanced.  They may have other resources that may help.

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Can you perhaps rent out rooms in your house for income? Have you looked into part time work and perhaps work for two or three different places? Fast food restaurants, Home Depot, Lowe's, Walmart, the local mall offer lots of different schedules. Have you researched job help work force sites in your area? I find it difficult to believe you've been unemployed that long. You may not get the exact job yiu want, but there are generally plenty of jobs out there.

Also to cut expenses; only cook at home. No $4 coffees and going to fast food restaurants. 

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