Hopefully, I can keep this post condensed as possible with my different updates.
I spoken to the police some weeks back regarding the incident about the gun I witnessed. He was licensed and when I gave my statement, I was told mine alone would be enough for him to lose his guns and license. The week before police spoke to me, his guns and license were removed, while investigating. I have heard nothing since giving my statement and with things going on since, I have been distracted in many ways.
I sent my complaint to Spark Energy about the two complaints I had with them. I am giving them 9 weeks from the date of my letter (14th February) to reply and then if I hear nothing, or not satisfied, I won’t hesitate to take it to Ombudsman those complaints. No compensation will shut me up on this one and I have warned them that I will be excepting no compensation like before, to stop me going to Ombudsman.
I am leaving Spark Energy and moving to Octopus Energy with my gas and electric. I start with them on the 28th February. So I am happy to get away.
With the Spark Energy shit and then what I witnessed outside my door regarding the gun, as you know, I was looking to moving as soon as my contract ends. With what you know in my previous post in the comments, it turned out mum took an overdose and I asked her that us moving in together, in a flat could still happen, if she wanted. Mum would like that. I have a form to fill in for why she will be living with me and I will need someone on the mental health team to help me fill in details about her mental health and treatment, as proof that I need.
In the meantime, until this happens, because I cannot bid on any council properties until my contract ends, means mum may be back at her bungalow for a while. Until then, mum is now in a mental health unit where they will keep an eye on her. I arrived there before mum, because she was still waiting for transport to bring her from the ward. It was a good job, as I had a melt down while chatting with the staff. The mental health place is no stranger to me as mum was in there after her breakdown when I was 11. (I am now 42.) The ward is new though, as this ward is for people around her age, as she was on a different ward all those years ago. The whole place though has had a makeover of some kind, since all those years ago.
The staff on this ward are lovely and the ones who witnessed my melt down were great. I had a good chat with them. I got time with my mum before it was back to work. I hope to sleep better tonight, as last two nights I hadn’t after she admitted the overdose.
Mum will be here while they sort out her medication to a suitable level for her. When mum can go, social workers will be involved I was told.
Sometime next week the consultant treating my mum will want to speak to me and the form I require filling in, will be this person I need to see.
That’s my updates on everything.