– Two months ago, Jessica was a happy, energetic, happy girl.
But on Feb. 3, Jessica’s mother, Christine, was at work, and Jessica was at home alone.
She was so stressed that she didn’t eat or drink.
She had trouble breathing.
And then on Feb 5, Christine was driving to the hospital.
At the hospital, Jessica said she could barely talk, and Christine said she couldn’t get her to eat.
So Christine went to the emergency room.
There, Jessica, her mother and the nurse, came to the same conclusion.
She needed to do something about her.
She could barely take care of herself.
Jessica was in pain and needed help.
It wasn’t enough.
“I’m just so upset,” Christine said.
“And I know I shouldn’t have to do this, and I should have done something differently.”
Christine, an office manager, has lived in Matzav for the past two years.
She’s been working with the Department of Family and Community Services, the local health department and the local social services agency to address Jessica’s problems.
Christine said Jessica is one of about 50 children and teenagers in Matazav who are at the center of a social services investigation.
Christine’s goal is to find a solution to the family’s financial problems.
“We need help with everything, everything from food to medicine,” she said.
Christine says Jessica has been living with her mother since she was 6 months old.
But Jessica has struggled with her own challenges, too.
Jessica’s mom says she’s struggling to make ends meet because she doesn’t have a full-time job.
Christine has struggled to get her daughter into school.
She says the problems started when Jessica was 4, and she says Jessica was only getting by on food stamps and government assistance for rent and utilities.
Christine and her partner started the Matzavi family social services office after they realized there was no other option for Jessica’s parents.
“This is my home, and these are my kids,” Christine explained.
“My kids are in a position of financial need.”
Christine says the family is trying to provide financial assistance through the Matazavi Family Foundation.
But Christine said her work is proving challenging.
“They are the most vulnerable people we work with.
They’re the most in need,” she explained.
In a written statement, Matzava says that it takes a significant commitment of time and money to manage the needs of Matzavy family.
“The Matzavis have been struggling financially since Jessica was born.
Their children and grandchildren have been affected by her illness.
They are a very poor family, and they are desperate for help.
We need their help in addressing Jessica’s financial challenges,” the statement read.
The Matzaws have had to take a significant amount of time to figure out what the solution is.
The department says it has received thousands of tips from the public and other agencies about what can be done to help Jessica.
In some cases, the information was provided by individuals who were not working in the family.
It says that the department has been working hard to make sure that the Matozavs have the resources to help them.
“As a community, we are working together to help support our Matzawas and to ensure that they are able to continue to thrive in the community,” the department wrote in a statement.