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my son-in-law had a bad concert truck wreck back in 12/18/13 and has not been able to work since it crashed his face but the doctors have fix most of it but there house is falling apart and don't have money to fix it- see the company he worked for didn't have insurance and he has got turned down twice for social security . please what can someone do to help his family don't have the money to fix.
 
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Sorry to hear about your SIL's issues. HGTV doesn't monitor these boards looking for worthy projects. So don't wait for a response from them, it won't be coming.

I'd recommend talking with a group like Rebuilding Together if they have a chapter in your town. http://rebuildingtogether.org/

Otherwise, I'd talk with your pastor or priest as many churches do this kind of work for members and others in the community.


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