Can the government help me pay my rent?

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Yes, the government can help you pay your rent. In order for them to help, you must contact an assistance agency that is in your area. They can help you for a limited amount of time, depending on where you live.
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Well, unless you have friends or family who don't mind loaning you money, I would suggest working, and paying it off yourself. A good rule of thumb to avoid getting yourself too deeply
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I can. How much do you need?
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i think there is an crisis loan you can get from the job centre also talk to the citizen's advice bureau essentially though, the landlord has the right to ask you to leave if you're
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The only way to get a loan with horrible credit and little to no interest is to sucker a family member or friend into lending you money.
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