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If money is an issue I would suggest you contact a non profit women shelter. Many of them can assist you with temp housing and provide referrals for low cost move in housing.
Please do not confront them, do not make a fuss just get the HECK out!!!
You are at risk of injury plus if drugs are on the property and by chance there is a raid by law enforcement ALL adults on premises will be subject to arrest.
Please think of safety and get out!
Kawain payne, Realtor
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Make absolutely certain EVERYTHING YOU SAY IS TRUTHFUL regarding all the questions you will be asked. They can find you emergency temporary housing and very likely long term residential housing. There's a catch.
Nobody is going to allow you to stay in your currenr situation. You will need to agree and be enthusiastily willing to get job traing they will arrange. If there exits reason for them to believe your daughter or your son will be used to prevent you from adhering to the program, you will find you will be left on your own.
You are in a tough spot. I don't know how you got there, and I don't need to know. The conditions that caused your situation must no longer exist or are able to be eliminated from your environment.
To whom much will be given, much will be expected. Are you ready?
The Red Cross may prove helpful also.
Report your landlord (your town's Inspectional services as well as health services should care) and potentially seek temporary shelter elsewhere. You may want to contact the Walpole Housing Authority http://www.walpole-ma.gov/walpole-housing-authority
I don't know what you're paying for rent, but you should be able to find a safe apartment somewhere, possibly a less convenient area ... your living environment sounds extremely dangerous ... I suggest that you "save" somewhere else.
Please be safe. Good luck.