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The Christmas Cat   in reply to 3utterflies
Free Dental care
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Charitable Clinics
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1800 Diagonal Road, Suite 600
Alexandria, VA 22314
703-647-7427
866-875-3827
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U.S. Medical Assistance Program
88 Hamilton Avenue 
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Okay I just want everybody to know I'm well aware no one has money but if you can get your hands on some of these things it will improve on some problems.
ok if you know Dental problems are starting to cause pain.
Use 3pills of 200mg over the counter ibuprofen tablets every 4 hours for dental pain. Its the best pill of Dentist choice
Get some Hydrogen Peroxide, 
after brushing swish 1/4 cup in your mouth spit hold for a minute and spit and rinse.
To me this helps enormously with pain and inflammation and also whitens teeth.Do this everyday until pain is gone

If you can pick your tooth paste sensodine tooth paste pink and white box is very good for nerve pain in the mouth and helps after time decrease nerve pain from dental decay .

Listerine is the best mouth wash you can get for dental problems don't waste money on anything else without a bacterial agent in it for gingivitis.

Garlic pills and vitamin C help tremendously taken on a daily basis 2 capsules twice a day can keep

cavity or bacterial problems from occurring get these in a vitamin store or grocery or drug store in the herbal remedies section. You can purchase vitamin C at your Dollar tree store cheaply use a dose of 2,000 milligrams on the start of use

they say that a herbal method of teeth pulling will either get rid of dental problems or help them done on a daily basis.
You take tablespoon of olive oil or canola oil or cocoanut oil swish back and forth between teeth for 10- 15 minutes a day. Then spit out and brush the teeth with toothpaste. The drawback is some people can't tolerate oil in the mouth so it's very hard to do.

If you have pain make a wet compress on gauze, and place in mouth of these spices or herbs, to reduce pain, cinnamon , cloves, garlic,canine pepper or charcoal which I find in tablets or crush from charcoal pills. It's black it does stain but works.
Cider vinegar with charcoal or just vinegar sometimes works I put it in the fridge in a jar with several gauze pads which i switch through out the day on the painful area it helps with bacteria

They say fresh Garlic can stop pain but too much in the mouth at once seems to burn my gums so a small crushed amount on the tooth will help or add it too the cider vinegar compress let it ferment in the jar with the vinegar.

They say aspirin helps sitting right in the cavity for pain.

Doctors always say rinse with teaspoon salt and 1/4 cupwater but after a few days this makes my mouth raw. I rather use the hydrogen Peroxide method.

Absolutely don't smoke. Every person i know with bad gums smoked or chewed tobacco at least once in there life. It is a killer of smiles in every sense

If you are starting to get Gum disease or Dental Decay and can't afford work now or in the future and want to save those teeth you have left, take whatever money you can get your hands on and invest in the water pick. It brought my dental disease to a halt when I had no choice but to look else-wear for help when the funds started drying up after numerous root canals which I never could afford which they said I had to have which after 10 years those teeth decayed and had to be pulled anyway. I had no idea that root canals don't last forever and neither did my bank account from them.They still can get deep decay break ect. and need constant renewal. Someone told me there's research being done that root canals cause cancer because of the metals used in them and people are having them removed now after years of having them and are actually recovering from cancer. From now on I just get my teeth pulled and yes one day have dentures but I will be Cancer free and not so broke as some dental treatments leave you. So the water pick is my best suggestion but you have to use it with every brushing to get between teeth and even though I'm not the biggest flosser the dentist is not lying about how much that helps keep you on the right track.

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3utterflies   in reply to The Christmas Cat
I have a toothache, maybe a few cavities and I'm in pain. I have no insurance and little to no money. I'm located in Charlotte nc. Any suggestions
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The Christmas Cat   in reply to MzRisaR
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MzRisaR
Thank you for YOU... I appreciate it
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The Christmas Cat   in reply to rianellslina
If a link does not work let me know which one thank you..

http://www.bill-and-other...

http://dental-help-in-eve...

http://www.Nationwide-Fre...

http://www.2hands.org/

https://www.modestneeds.o...

http://www.mealcall.org/m...

http://www.for-auto.chris...

http://low-cost-pet-help....

http://www.usa.gov/



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The Christmas Cat   in reply to rianellslina
I'll get back to you latter with more
Try these

http://www.themobilitywor...
http://www.themobilitywor...
Mailing Address
The MobilityWorks Foundation
1500 Canton Road, Suite 208
Akron OH 44312
Phone:
1-866-723-5991
Email
support@themobilityworksfoundation.org
Michael Ryan
Director of Development and Fundraising
mryan@themobilityworksfoundation.org
(717) 817-7195


The following organizations can provide additional information about mobility equipment, grants and services for various groups, up-to-date information on research and help with medical conditions affecting mobility.

MS Society - Working Toward a World Free of Multiple Sclerosis
United Cerebral Palsy
March of Dimes
Easter Seals
United Spinal Association
http://www.arc-sd.com/

Your welcome I actually updated some of the health clinics on your list they weren't working right.Hope every things fine on the home front.

If a link does not work let me know which one thank you..

http://www.bill-and-other...

http://dental-help-in-eve...

http://www.Nationwide-Fre...

http://www.2hands.org/

https://www.modestneeds.o...

http://www.for-auto.chris...

http://low-cost-pet-help....


If a link does not work let me know which one thank you..

http://www.bill-and-other...

http://dental-help-in-eve...

http://www.Nationwide-Fre...

http://www.2hands.org/

https://www.modestneeds.o...

http://www.mealcall.org/m...

http://www.for-auto.chris...

http://low-cost-pet-help....

http://www.usa.gov/

Aids and other help

http://www.thebody.com/in...
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rianellslina
Could u read my post in lead me in right direction please
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The Christmas Cat   in reply to DJ JOHNNY
www.worldvision.org/kenya
http://ccpkenya.org/

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http://www.familycare.org...


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Contact Us
General Requests
For general questions about the Transfer Project, please email transfer@unc.edu
http://www.cpc.unc.edu/pr...
Social protection and social cash transfers are increasingly being seen as a key tool in East and Southern Africa for combating the triple threat of chronic poverty, hunger and HIV and AIDS. Several programmes have developed in recent years across the region, such as the Productive Safety Nets Programme in Ethiopia; social pensions in South Africa, Namibia and Lesotho; cash transfers in Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique and Kenya; and more are planned. These programmes are united by common premises: that income poverty has highly damaging impacts on human development, and that cash empowers people living in poverty to make their own decisions on how to improve their lives.
In response to these needs, Save the Children UK (SCUK) and UNICEF launched The Transfer Project
http://www.unicef.org/
http://www.savethechildre....
http://www.cpc.unc.edu/

AMPATH largely serves the most vulnerable population: widows and widowers, orphans, the ostracized, and the neglected. It has been established that over 60% of the AMPATH population are poor. Since poverty plays a central role in accelerating vulnerability, AMPATH's patients are mainly poor, especially women and children.

The Social Work program handles some of the most difficult issues for all AMPATH clientshttp://www.ampathkenya.org/our-programs/social-health/social-work/
AMPATH Program Offices
AMPATH
P.O. Box 4606
Eldoret, Kenya
30100
Telephone: +254-532-033-471
Fax: +254-532-060-727
Sylvester Kimaiyo, MMED
AMPATH Program Manager
info@ampathkenya.org
Bornice Biomndo
AMPATH Communications and Public Relations (media contact)
ampath-pr@ampath.or.keAMPATH Consortium Team
IU House
c/o IIGH Kenya
Box 5760
Eldoret, Kenya
30100
Dunia Karama
Kenya Program Administrator
iuadmin@iukenya.org
Adrian Gardner, M.D.
AMPATH Field Director
adriangardner1@gmail.com
Laura Ruhl, M.D.
Medical Team Coordinator
Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
ljruhl@gmail.com
Geren Stone, M.D.
Medical Team Coordinator
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
gsstone@iupui.edu
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DJ JOHNNY
THANK YOU FOR THE REPLY BUT AS I SAID I AM IN SOUTH AFRICA SO NOT ABLE TO USE FACILITIES OUTSIDE THE COUNTRY OR IS THERE A WAY
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The Christmas Cat   in reply to sadworrywoman
If a link does not work let me know which one thank you..

http://www.bill-and-other...

http://dental-help-in-eve...

http://www.Nationwide-Fre...

http://www.2hands.org/

http://www.mealcall.org/m...

http://www.for-auto.chris...
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sadworrywoman   in reply to The Christmas Cat
thank you for all your help
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The Christmas Cat   in reply to 2hands
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Thank you, Hope yours was pleasant.
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2hands
Happy Easter Christmas Cat :)
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moedog1093
Hey baby girl just keep your head up and keep strong and keep faith in god he going to help you and make thought all,your trouble and pain you are going thought.
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The Christmas Cat   in reply to pep56
Catholic charities also help
http://www.catholiccharit...
can I also ask what City/state you are in and do you use a wheel chair
https://www.disability.go...
Heres my links again incase you lose them
http://www.bill-and-other...
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pep56   in reply to The Christmas Cat
Ok thank you l will look at ur links & it is my leg,, l crushed it on the job now I'm on disability
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The Christmas Cat   in reply to pep56
Yes check my links and you have to apply to Hud for section 8 housing help the link is here
with my links. I don't know if there is much more that that unless you apply for a Housing Grant for housing. Maybe you could rent a room in some ones home like they do in college till you can find more income sources. You can also call Hud about foreclosure help they have free counseling for that. Also if you can find a guarantor to sign along with you for the apt to guarantee your rent that would also help you get an apartment. Kids usually get there parents to do it when their in college but if they think you won't come up with the rent yourself you could use someone that does have a good job to co sign with you. A family member ect.
Maybe I could look for a grant for your disability what kind of disability is it?
Here are my links
http://bill-and-other-hel...
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pep56   in reply to woman in a shoe
That's sound good
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pep56   in reply to woman in a shoe
Ok thank you
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pep56   in reply to woman in a shoe
Ok
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