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How do you know when it is the right time to move out of home into a senior apartment or a care facility?
How do you know when it is the right time to move out of home into a senior apartment or a care facility?
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At present, 3,479 nonprofits from the Sacramento region are signed up to get money through Smile; shoppers can choose a charity by at smile.amazon.com.
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The really sad thing is that I found 7 people living here all paying $595.00 per month for "Room & Board" what a deal. The lady we were called out for was undergoing cancer treatment. I am pretty sure this was not a sanitary environment for cancer treatment...but apparently the "Payee Service" that was paying for her shelter had no problem with it. Most likely did not believe her claims that this might be not ideal. It is tough to have that "Mentally ill" labelling and yet remain high functioning as so many are.
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I am never shocked anymore, nor surprised by anything...I miss that. Full story to come on our website helping-hearts.org
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Wow how helpful to do this my mom is in a group to help homeless people
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A few of the good people that make up the Helping Hearts Foundation Residents
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What is #dementia and how do you care for a person battling it?
What is dementia and how do you care for a person battling it?
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Please watch and share "UNBELIEVABLE" Veteran/stroke victim/infestation/trailer park in West Sacramento/wheel chair...died 7 days later. This Veteran was cremated and his ashes were scattered along with the "John Doe's" and transients out in a field designated for this in Sacramento. Adult Protective service was unable to help because he wanted help to move his possessions which they do not do and he was too poor to pay for that type of service. V.A. was not able to help their veteran either. Rest in Peace, he died right after we helped him get into the hospital of an infection 
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The floor was so soiled by rodents and vermin that it was soggy as you navigated your way across the trailer. He had neighbors help him in and out of the trailer once a month with a pulley system just to get in and out of trailer. He had then only one option with left side paralyzed, but to throw himself on the floor and crawl across fecal matter and animal urine to get himself to the toilet up along a piece of rigged plywood. Property manager "Cleaned out" trailer prior to allowing us to go in and attempt to salvage anything
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Living History with Helping  Hearts Foundation, Inc.  Do you know who these two men are? Do you know what they have done in life or how they helped you?
Please visit helping-hearts.org to get full story coming soon!
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Roland & his wife Janette have been with Helping Hearts Foundation for more than two years. Despite their own physical disabilities they do their best to act as anchors to the community of residents, by fixing breakfast every morning and talking openly and honestly.
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Need Partial Help for Poor & Bright M.Sc Student who need Hearing Aids for Both Ears (80% Hearing loss)

http://ammasocialwelfareassociation.blogspot.in/2013/01/need-partial-help-for-poor-bright-msc.html
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Early Saturday morning fun run at the Davis Turkey Trot organized by A Change of Pace Foundation to benefit Child Obesity, Helping Hearts Foundation supports your cause!
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The Helping Hearts Foundation is a 503(c) non-profit organization that was created to help those in need of everyday living assistance.
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Jackie needs your help. Medical expenses May I ask a personal favor.... and this is REALLY personal for my family right now....only some of you will do it, and I know who you possibly are. Please SHARE THIS WITH YOUR FACEBOOK FRIENDS
I hope I was right about the people I thought.
https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=X3SHU2SUF9W48
right now every dollar matters, at this point, we owe well over ONE HALF A MILLION DOLLARS
for snail mail it can be sent to:
Jackie Cook
7301 county road 203a
lot #31
liverpool, texas 77577
can send reciept for taxes purposes contact
joe.bob.karma@gmail.com   (email address connected via paypal.)

Jackie at her rehab facility. with 2 of her 3 girls
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In their circles
8 people
Have them in circles
920 people
Dana Hall's profile photo
Meghan Martin's profile photo
John Molo's profile photo
Ron Opryszek's profile photo
Stormy Sweitzer's profile photo
Bill Pfohl's profile photo
James  F Boone IV's profile photo
Idella Elizondo's profile photo
Zubair Ahmed's profile photo
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916-368-7200
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916-743-1095
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3050 Fite Circle, Suite 205, Sacramento, California 95827
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Sacramento Non-Profit Helping Those in Need through In-Home Care, Placement Services & More
Introduction
Helping Hearts Foundation is an IRS recognized 501(c)3 non-profit organization that was created to help those in need of everyday living assistance. We believe our work lies in relieving the stress of the emergency rooms, hospitals, shelters, and the working poor who, due to an unending economic downturn, can no longer properly provide for their loved ones on a fixed low income. We want to be there for those people that are misplaced or are difficult to place, people from skilled nursing and referral agencies that have a difficult combination of problems to address, and people who need a high level of care and have a low income.