NORRISTOWN, Pa. - Hundreds of people in Montgomery County find themselves in a tight spot. Rent and bills are due but income is scarce because of the pandemic. For many, it seems hopeless.
One program is lending a helping hand to those in need.With 830,000 residents, a mix of rural and suburban communities, and a robust job base, Montgomery County is largely seen as prosperous. But that doesn’t mean COVID-19 hasn’t wreaked havoc.Camille Sneed, 50, shares a two bedroom apartment in Elkins Park on the Philly border with her 15-year-old son Malachi and a shy tabby named Phoebe.She says her searing back pain, heart and blood pressure ailments limit her work as a nursing assistant in long term care homes to just a few days a week sometimes
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