The year-old Sarasota mother works as a certified nursing assistant, surviving paycheck-to-paycheck in-between caring for her son and two daughters.
Shalosky wakes up every morning at 5 a. I go pick them up after work," Shalosky said.
I don't really go. I just work, and on my days off, I take a nap.
The organization offers a voluntary home visitation program to help bolster parent-child relationships. Estrelita Thompson, a family support worker for Healthy Families, works with 21 households, including Shalosky's.
They paid my rent twice and my electricity once with Season of Sharing funds," Shalosky said. It was such a surprise to everybody and it was wonderful.
We've talked about different things she can do to help her accomplish her goals. Diana Williams, an advocate for Children First, works with Shalosky and 37 other area families.
I have very little money, so whenever I take some to do something else, it keeps me from spending it on other things," Shalosky said. I think it has to Everything but marriage a requirement for them to hire people; they have to be amazing.
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