Recently, the Miller family moved from the Pacific Northwest to the Midwest. The Miller family is composed of husband Jeremy Miller, a long time American Solidarity Party member, his wife Melody, and their three children Emily, Eli, and Ayden. Long story short, they encountered many difficulties during this move that left them homeless and in need of a homeless shelter. While the Miller family spent relatively little time in the homeless shelter, and were able to secure jobs and their own place, their situation is still volatile and they don’t enjoy the stability they enjoyed back home in Oregon. In fact, I’d venture to say that they left the homeless shelter earlier than they probably should have.
As it stands now, they are in danger of losing all of the progress they’ve made over some recent expenses. Working two low paying jobs in the area to get their start, these expenses have proved to be insurmountable. Right when it looked like things were starting to come together, their car broke down to the tune of $600, their landlord decided she didn’t want to wait for what was remaining on the deposit to their home, and demanded an immediate payment of $250, and their car insurance is nearly expired to the tune of $200. All of this before Jeremy has even received his first paycheck from his job.
The car breaking down has wreaked havoc on their lives at a bad time. Their daughter Emily has been missing school for the past week due to the distance between their house and the school, and the fact that no bus will pick her up. Their son Ayden has special medical needs and they are having to reschedule important medical appointments because they cannot make the trip across the river into Omaha. Jeremy’s wife Melody is likely going to lose her job due to missing work due to late night hours without bus service, and the fact that it is across town, and Jeremy is having to walk several hours a day to work. They live at the top of a steep hill, and are having to walk a mile or more just for basic supplies to the house like food and toilet paper.
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