[Noisebridge-discuss] Noisebridge-discuss Digest, Vol 106, Issue 21
elise.scher01 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 29 13:49:12 UTC 2016
Re:Seeking a Housing Miracle
So I have several ideas about your finding housing.
Go to Noisebridge and talk with people about your situation.
If you can't do that, tell people you will be at a certain public place at
a certain time and date. Be there then. Talk with the people who show up.
Go Live with relatives. Even if that is not in the Bay area. Pennsylvania,
for instance, has some cheap, decent areas.
San Mateo County has some kind of shared housing plan, where they give you
the contact information of people looking for renters/roommates.
Gilroy might have some cheaper housing.
I can't take you in. Sorry.
Hope that helps,
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> Date: Sun, 28 Aug 2016 10:43:35 -0700
> Subject: [Noisebridge-discuss] Seeking a housing miracle
> Tl; dr: I'm about to be homeless. I need help.
> Urgent situation: I need a place to live in the SF Bay Area starting 9/13.
> The sublet possibility I had found has fallen through, and my only fallback
> plan at the moment is couchsurfing, which I fear is going to erase the
> health gains I've made recently. I'm explicitly seeking charity and mercy:
> I am disabled, and lost my housing because of the end of an abusive
> relationship (my ex got to keep the rent controlled housing). Anyplace
> stable that I could live for even a few months would be amazing. I'm doing
> everything I can in seeking government-subsidized housing, but the wait
> lists are measured in years. Does anyone you know have a spot in their
> apartment they'd rent for $400/month? Please help.
> Thanks so much,
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