Physical illness, Family breakdown, No transport.

Update posted by Jesse Williamson On Jul 11, 2019

Claire called me at 17:09. She was crying and telling me that she couldn't go on. Yesterday a friend of her's helped her move out of the house with mould and into another aquaintence's house. She is now sleeping on the floor but her body is falling apart. She has lost hope and says that even if she gets this house she has put herself down for she feels hopeless because she is already too sick to walk and has no one to bring her groceries.

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Update posted by Jesse Williamson On Jul 10, 2019

Claire has found and applied for an apartment that is closer into town and, hopefully, doesn't have mould underneath the fresh coat of paint. The apartment has been recently renovated so fingers crossed. Unfortunately this apartment is €650/month, which means €380/month after government help (rent assistance). This is AU$153.50/wk but the government living allowance she receives is only €400/month (AU$160/wk) so she'll be left with AU$6.50/wk for all other expenses.
I've offered to subsidise her rent if she's accepted to this apartment. Her allergies to the mould in her current house are sending her into a downward spiral, causing her wrists and knees to seize up. If she had a car she wouldn't be stuck there all day.

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The mold? Yes. But overall, the owner being sexually harassing. The cleaner has confessed to me yesterday that many previous tenants have been sexually harassed, as well as previous nurses, and she’s advised me to leave since he had already started, before it will be « too late ».

Claire Guernine

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