This lady is living on benefits and caring for 3 vulnerable teenagers, one of whom is 6 months pregnant. She suffers from severe anxiety and depression, but somehow keeps going for the young people in her care. Recently her main oven has failed and she can't afford to repair or replace it (it needs a new fan/element). She is now cooking for four on just the hobs, which is not as economical and is costing her more to feed everyone.
This client is in temporary housing fleeing domestic violence. She has both mental and physical health issues which are limiting her ability to work and care for her 2 young children. V is trying to look to the future by addressing her debt problems before they totally grind her down.
This lady suffers from loneliness and poor mental health and she struggles with self care. A church member, who befriended her at a coffee morning, has been helping her put her home and personal life in order. The lady needs two chests of drawers in which to store her clothes, which are currently kept on the bedroom floor.
This elderly gentleman has incurred heavy travel costs taking taxis to the hospital due to medical complications with his eyesight and hearing. He is exploring the possibility of reimbursement via his medical practice but finds himself short of money in the meantime. Would Acts 435 be willing help with these costs?
F is a very confused child that is suffering from the bereavement of her Grandfather. She is struggling with worry, anxiety, making friends at school, and is a serious worry to her parents. F is extremely anxious about the exams she is due to take and this has resulted in her becoming a recluse. Edify are helping her but her parents need the support to provide her with counselling as they are struggling financially.
G needs urgent help in counselling as he is not dealing with his Grandfather's suicide. His temper is easily aroused as he cannot understand why is Grandfather did this to himself. His mother died a few years ago and he has not grieved properly for her as he cannot understand why she died either. He self-harms and has a suicidal tendency. He has no self-esteem and wants desperately to learn how to be kinder to himself. He originally was paying for counselling himself but is now unable to.
R is the mother of a 16 year old daughter, straight after her daughter was born they were rushed into a women's refuge. They were then rehoused into a 1 bedroom flat and she worked in a care home for many years until her back gave way. Her elder daughter came to the UK and sought refuge but was sent to a hostel in Derby and this has now been granted. R was signed off sick and has been unable to work since. She received a letter from the home office stating her leave to remain had expired, but this has now been renewed. She is now having some trouble with rent arrears. Any help you could give her would be very much appreciated.