Tabatha and Rodney Wilson moved to Hawaii five months ago, after the health of their youngest daughter Tamiyah started to improve. Tamiyah was born two-and-a-half months premature with heart and lung problems, along with liver disease.
Once they arrived here, Tamiyah's condition got worse. Since November, she has been at the Kapiolani Medical Center.
Just a month after Tamiyah went back into the hospital, the family was dealt another difficult blow.
Rodney Wilson had a stroke and couldn't work. He is only 42 years old and he is struggling to walk again.
Because Tamiyah is medically fragile, catching a simple cold could have serious or even deadly consequences -- she can't stay at the shelter in Waianae the family is at and the family can't afford a place of their own.
Medical problems have damaged the Wilson's credit. Right now, the family struggles just paying for all the gas to get from Waianae to Honolulu to visit their daughter.
Rodney Wilson says if someone helped them get into an apartment, they'll be able to afford around $800 to $900 a month for rent. Then their entire family could live together again.
"It has been stressful and overwhelming. It has been a journey. We would like to finally be reunited with our daughter, so we can be at ease," said Tabatha Wilson.