Right now my funds were cut off from unemployment. I am trying to find a job after finishing medical transcription school without much luck. Although I love my parents very much and wouldn't hurt them for anything in the world, I can't afford personal grooming products (hair color, hair cut, etc), my meds or doctor's appts. My car is not running so can't go anywhere and am pretty much stuck in the house every day. Also, the neighbors are so damn nosey and with they would look in the mirror because we need no more drama here. No reason to get too excited.
Good luck. This is really a tough place to be. Please let us know how things are going.
Patient assistance programs (PAPs) are usually sponsored by pharmaceutical companies and provide free or discounted medicines to low income or uninsured and under-insured people who meet specific guidelines. Eligibility requirements vary for each program.
Provider: Lilly Cares Patient Assistance Program
1.Must have no prescription coverage
2.At or below 300% of FPL
3.Must be under 65 years of age
◾Cymbalta (duloxetine) Capsule; Delayed Release
More information please phone: 800-545-6962
Anyone who can build a Cessna from a pile of balsa wood is someone who is very creative and determined. Let those very positive traits be your guide, think positively and you might find that solutions others are suggesting are more realistic than you think.
Most large counties have a hospital that is well known as the County Hospital, that sees indigent patients as well as the well-insured and everyone in between. The county Health Department may be able to help you out with medical care. The website was cut off my post regarding the low cost Cymbalta, but there should be enough information there for you to know that they can help.
Sometimes, it just seems like the load is too heavy to bear and we find it easier to just give up. That is the time pull yourself up by your bootstraps and try again. Ask a neighbor or friend for help if you need someone to advocate for you due to the fact that you are deaf. Good luck.
Why don't you contact model plane associations, and volunteer to teach a class? Or post an ad in a model plane magazine or on similar website and offer your services. You have a talent; make the most of it.
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