[Hpn] Fw: [wearehomeless] Re: Hi
Sun, 03 Sep 2000 19:03:21 -0400
Check in with Tom Boland he might be able to steer you to a shelter or
housing that will help you get a permanent home to be in because its
understandable that you do not want to lose your pets!
Does any one know of any shelters in the Plymouth Ma. area that might be
able to help this man?
A Brother In The Struggle
William Charles Tinker
25 Granite Street
Northfield,New Hampshire 03276
----- Original Message -----
From: "Neal Reynolds" <NealClarkReynolds@yahoo.com>
Sent: Sunday, September 03, 2000 6:46 PM
Subject: Re: [wearehomeless] Re: Hi
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> Hi, Harmony,
> Well, for openers, I'm presently in Carver, right by
> Plymouth. My game plan is: regretfully, and really,
> regretfully, turning my cats.and dogs, to a no-kill
> shelter. There's a chance I can prolong my stay here
> with an internet girl friend which just isn't working
> by getting rid of my loved animals..possibly even by
> getting rid of the cats and temporarily keeping the
> two small dogs..I'm not depending on it. as the
> situaion stands right now I might well be leaving
> Tuesday. We'll see. I'm planning on contacting the
> council of aging office who may well know if there's a
> mission or salvation army or someplace where I might
> stay for four weeks. I know that years ago, you could
> stay at a Boston mission for a month if you were a
> Massachusetts resident. That's probably changed with
> the influx of homeless. With social security, I can
> get a bus ticket within four weeks to a low income
> area. I figure a city is best since I no longer
> drive. If I can stay somewhere near, I might be able
> to get my animals back or at least the ones who aren't
> adopted. If I had stayed in Oklahoma City where I
> was, I could've made it, but I don't regret the
> choices I made to come here...they were part of the
> learning process. However, I don't know of any lower
> income places..really lower income that is, in New
> England. Now there are houising authorities here, but
> the waiting lists are long.
> So, that's the situation as it presently is.
> Thanks for the warm greeting. On the libraries, can
> you get internet access without a library card since I
> doubt that I can get a card while homeless. I do have
> a Carver library card, but don't think this is an area
> in which to be homeless.
> --- Harmony Foster Kieding
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Neal,
> > Welcome!! I'm glad to see you found your way here,
> > and make yourself
> > comfortable.
> > Let me see- where to start....
> > By the way, I grew up in Massachusetts..(Wellesley
> > Hills)...where in
> > Massachusetts are you? And how soon will you be
> > without a home?
> > Please check out the links section (for starters) in
> > this group- and
> > I also have more homeless webrings on my homepage:
> > Harmony's HomePage
> > Harmony's HomePage: Homeless Resources &
> > Humanitarian Causes
> > Bill Tinker also has a terrific egroup (NH
> > Homeless)..and his links,
> > as you may have seen already, are posted here also.
> > Also, since I have a website and the ability to post
> > on it..if at any
> > time you want to email me your situation so that I
> > can post it on my
> > website for a broader appeal for help and resources,
> > I will be happy
> > to do so.
> > If you don't already know about libraries and
> > internet access there,
> > it would be a good idea to familiarize yourself with
> > those libraries
> > in Massachusetts that have internet access. I myself
> > was homeless
> > with my husband in California.
> > Quite honestly, it was our ability to access the
> > internet and
> > communicate with our online friends and family that
> > was the most
> > helpful in getting us the help we needed to get off
> > the streets.
> > There's lots more info I want to send your way, so I
> > will send you
> > another post tomorrow. In the meantime, we send you
> > our love and
> > support. You are not alone!!!
> > Your sister in spirit,
> > Harmony
> > icq#16072290
> > --- In email@example.com,
> > NealClarkReynolds@y... wrote:
> > > Well, as a 67 year old about to join the homeless
> > ranks, here in
> > > Massachusetts, I thought I'd join this list and
> > pick up what I can
> > in
> > > way of advice, etc.
> > >
> > > Love to all,
> > > Neal
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