Social security is a state based income. It is not to be touched by federal or county purposes. This place takes almost all your money. How the hell can they do this? You got eight people living in the house...some not by choice, and they take all your dam money. How? A credit collector can't take social security how the hell can a house take it? Because they are a sober living. Well who gives a shit? You can stay sober at home if you want?! Right?! How the hell can the county send you here on a rule 25 (county) send you to this place and they take all your STATE based income. Come on now. You could cancel your social security and get GA and get more per month. How is a person supposed to live on 100 a month? Even in a sober place where they pay all your food and living, you still got clothes, cell phones, medications, and other priorities on your outside life that require money. How is a man to succeed with this ego????
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February 8, 2017
Dear Community Friend,
On behalf of the Butler County Educational Service Center Early Childhood Programs, we would like to invite you to participate in our 2017 Wellness Resource Fair that will be held during the annual Nutrition & Health Fair. The Fair is a comprehensive approach to Nutrition and Health empowerment for Butler and Preble County Head Start and Early Head Start parents, children and staff. We try to provide the families an opportunity to participate in...
We help people take the first steps toward getting help for their drug and alcohol usage and having drug-free lifestyles. To contact an alcohol/drug abuse counselor, please call 1-800-591-6474(Who Answers?).