Trying to avoid eviction

Need help getting back on track. My landlord has given me 30 days to catch up one month arrears before they begin eviction process. I have 2 children, a 14 year old girl and 10 year old son. I have lived here for over 4 years and the past 2 years have dealt with many unforeseen obstacles that were beyond anyone's control. With health issues and mental issues of my son, I have depleted my savings and having nothing to catch myself up to stay in out home. I am a single mother and although I do receive child support, bills have become overwhelming and I have had toake the choice to buy food or pay the rent. I work in Loudoun county and this isn't a permanent thing. I have faith it's just to push myself back up and start off in a better direction. Please help if you can, even 10.00 goes a long way and if it means keeping a roof over someone's head it and I truly try and pay it forward.

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Devyn Bishop 
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