Also I'd suggest calling United Way (211). They can help you with finding resources to help with your bills.

@Melissa nettles 211 is a great resource, as @lismox suggested. Here is a post resources that could provide assistance. https://www.thepennyhoarder.co...al-needs-assistance/

But something that's important to remember right now is that agencies that provide help are completely overwhelmed right now. You may be the best resource of all. If you rent, you might be able to work out a deal with your landlord or apartment complex if you're behind on rent, particularly if you make it clear that you have coronavirus relief money coming that you'll use to catch up. A lot of banks are agreeing to waive fees or offering flexible terms. Many utility companies are being flexible right now.

By all means, contact 211 and other resources to see what support is available. But also make sure you talk to the people you owe about your situations and the options you have.

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