Jenn Belcher

Hello we are Jenn and Josh Belcher. Monday 20-Feb my 36yr old wife Jennifer suffered a ruptured brain aneurysm  (subarachnoid hemorrhage). It's a life threatening type of stroke. About a year ago we both found ourselves unemployed due to layoffs loosing health insurance and struggling financially. We waisted no time finding employment and both found work at the postal service but not as career employees. We have no benefits. Jennifer has survived. After 2 surgeries and developing meningytis from the drain tube from her brain she has went through months of hospitalization and rehab to learn how to live again. She was in critical condition but God has blessed us by beating the odds, but unfortunately she is unable to work which has caused us to start losing things we have worked so hard to keep after being laid off at the same time a few years ago. We were finally catching up and she had just beat cervical cancer after a successful hysterectomy in January, she had even got a promotion 2 weeks before the rupture. Bills are piling up and they came and repossessed our vehicle today. We are now on the road to losing the house as well! Our main expenses are due to Jenn's medical care and many medications that keep her from having seizures, or another stroke. We have tried to sell everything we can, but things just keep happening. Our roof is leaking bad, but what I'm really worried about is losing our home completely. Anything helps if you are able to give or share this with an organization that can, we have 10 days and we're homeless. Jenn's parents are deceased and we have no other options at this point. Thank you for your kind words of love & encouragement.We are truly thankful for anything you can do to help in this desperate time of need. Bless you for your thoughts and prayers, they are truly needed at this time. She is trying really hard to get through this but things are setting her back causing the old her to be frustrated constantly causing complications & setbacks with her health. We are currently staying stressed which does not help things, but we cannot risk her having another stroke she barely survived this one due to God's Will. God bless you and your families.

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