[Greater-Baltimore] Desperate Student Hoping to Move
eemcrew at gmail.com
Fri Apr 28 20:48:09 UTC 2017
Hello there everybody,
I apologize in advance if this isn't quite appropriate for this list, but I am a blind student currently in a bit of a sticky situation and looking for some help. Due to various circumstances surrounding transportation and overall mental wellness, continuing to live where I currently do has been posing a number of serious problems in all aspects of life for me and I have become very much set on attempting to move out of my family's home and into the Baltimore area. I have been scouring through craigslist postings for a couple of months now and putting out ads on other roommate-finding websites, but my search has been turning out very little success and I am becoming a bit desperate to figure something out. I currently don't have a reliable way to get to school or really leave my house much in general, and I have exhausted essentially all options with DORS, so to that end, I would like to reach out here.
I am currently looking for either a room to rent or a roommate to rent with somewhere within the city, preferably as close to Catonsville as possible. I am open to lots of different areas of town as long as I can get to a community college nearby, and I am currently looking at $500 a month as the top of my comfort zone. Again my ideal location would be Catonsville, but I am also very open to Riverview and various other parts of the city. If anybody is looking for or know somebody who is looking for a roommate or a renter in the area, or if any of you would be willing to rent out a room to a desperate college student, I would be incredibly grateful and would very much love to hear back from you! I would be more than happy to tell you all about who I am and how I would be as a roommate or tenant, so if anybody has any information that could be of use or would be able to help me out, please don't hesitate to contact me off-list.
Again, thank you so much, and I hope to hear back from somebody soon!
Ellana Crew, Vice President
Maryland Association of Blind Students
The National Federation of the Blind knows that blindness is not the characteristic that defines you or your future. Every day we raise the expectations of blind people, because low expectations create obstacles between blind people and our dreams. You can live the life you want; blindness is not what holds you back.
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