tough decisions for her family’s best interest.
They’ve provided the financial assistance the
family needs to stay together, and safe.
Better times ahead
In the beginning, Wakefield spoke with Amy
almost everyday, sometimes twice a day, and
she’s made the long trip numerous times to
meet with the family in person. Together,
they’ve planned a family budget. MFO has
provided monthly financial assistance to turn
on their utilities, repair the snow-damaged
roof of their modest home, and buy basics like
food and clothes.
The family is isolated, located hours away
from relatives and 45 minutes from a major
town. It’s created major obstacles for accessing public services. Even
so, MFO has provided referrals to an Alzheimer’s support group,
put the family in touch with a medical clinic that doesn’t require
health insurance, and assisted them with the appeal for disability