Dubbo mother Tiffany Gordon and her six-year-old son and one-year-old daughter, have been left without a roof over their heads after their family home was engulfed by flames.
Miss Gordons pleas for help from the Dubbo community have gone unanswered and the family's future in terms of housing is beginning to look dire.
"I don't know what to do," Miss Gordon said.
"We can't live out of bags for the rest of our lives and I'm tired of going between family members couches and crowding their space. My kids need their own space."
Miss Gordon said she had reach out to the NSW Department of Housing, but nothing was available for the family.
Miss Gordon said it had been arranged for the family to stay at a motel in Dubbo temporarily while they waited for housing to become available, but that too wasn't able to happen as the needs of her son were not able to be met in a hotel.
"My son has ADHD, he's not an indoor person, even on rainy days, he needs his space and he always needs to be doing something," she said.
"The motel we were allocated to stay at is confined and he gets restless and ends up making quite the scene.
"He goes knocking on peoples doors and other things like that."
The family are currently staying at Miss Gordon's sister's house, which is a 'temporary fix to a long-term problem.'
Miss Gordon said at this point she has no idea what is going to happen and is unsure of what steps to take next to garner much needed help.
Family members reached out to the Dubbo community on behalf of the family in June, asking for donations to help replace the items which were destroyed in the fire along with the families house.
Miss Gordon's uncle Alf Beale had been accepting household items for the family to help them as they start from scratch, but nothing was donated despite the fact that Mr Beale said Miss Gordon was a well-known member of the Dubbo community who would do anything to help anyone in need.
According to Miss Gordon, there was also little to nothing donated via the families GoFundMe Page either, leaving the family with very little and a mammoth task of re-starting their lives.
See NSW Department of Housing response at https://www.dailyliberal.com.au/story/6853572/help-offered-to-dubbo-mother-by-department-of-communities-and-justice/.