Where do young-adults go to for help?
Long-story short: dad has multiple-sclerosis
and anger-problems. No one wants to work
with him. Mom is too worn out between
being harassed by dad and working non-stop.
Then, I have to deal with getting a
job in this crippled-economy too?
I'm completely over-whelmed. Help!
- Katherine WLv 77 months agoFavourite answer
Try calling your local United Way and ask what agencies can help you. You may find that the local or national MS society can set you up with an advisor or a peer counselor. The local hospital may have a social worker who can help or can steer you to nonprofits who can. There may be a local job club to help you find a job.
- andyLv 47 months ago
perhaps they should look to old adults
- Anonymous7 months ago
- Pearl LLv 77 months ago
medicaid will pay people to help their family members,you could try that if you need a job
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- thebax2006Lv 77 months ago
The economy has never been better jojo. Get a grip on life.