The other option would be to talk to your sister about applying for a bigger place together. Though she might deem it too disruptive to move whilst your neice is pregnant.
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16-07-2016 11:15 #21Senior Member
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16-07-2016 14:33 #22
Questions For Those Living In Housing Commission/Dept Of Housing Homes QLD.
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16-07-2016 18:59 #23
With a concession card, electricity grants and hardship plans are accessible as well as department of housing paying the bond.
In terms of what your children need there are the salvos and other organizations that can assist. If you have things in storage you're paying for, you obviously have some stuff.
It may be tough but it's certainly doable even on a limited income.
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