I posted a while ago that my difficult child sister (severe anxiety, depression, adult adhd, two kids, single mom) was pregnant, she ended up deciding to not keep the pregnancy but when she got there she had a "blighted ovum" I think that was the term, anyway the baby never developed anyway so they did a D&C. Her work said they were not happy she was going to take off. She didn't have any leave left for the year and they already had made accomodations for her to work from home when she had severe anxiety issues. Now she sent a text that she is being evicted. She has two kids and one has a dad involved that could easily try to take her for full custody. They have a strict policy if there is no rent by 11th of the month you get an eviction notice. It is a section 11 housing program but she doen't have reduced rent right now because she worked her way up and pays full for the apartment. But with the medical procedure she didn't have the money. It doesn't add up to me....seems like she could have made payments on the medical procedure. I just have to think there is more to the story. I worry for her losing her job, worry she will have custody issues, worry she will lose her home, etc. I have worked hard to not get enmeshed in my sister's lives, just care and not let it affect my life. But this is the first time in years I feel awful for her to the point of worry. It is not for me to worry about but her kids will be so hurt if they dont have a home. Luckily my other sister lives close and they could stay there(small town home with 3 kids already but...they are there every single day anyway and go to the same school). So she wont be on the streets but I just wish she didn't have to go thru so much. Can people get apartments easily if they are evicted? How do you get a recommendation from a landlord if that happens...she is not routinely late on payments, just this time and a few days late in a couple of other months. Never has missed a month.