For some people in the Upper Valley, winter means living off of summer savings or stringing together what work is available. With limited funds, what happens if an unexpected expense arises and someone faces eviction or losing utilities? KTNA’s Phillip Manning spoke with a charity that is here to help in those circumstances.
Upper Valley residents take care of each other. Whether it’s fire, flood, illness, or any number of other crises that impact families, it seems there’s always someone willing to pitch in. Now, a charity from the Lower Valley is also offering help for people who face the possibility homelessness due to unforeseen circumstances.
“We offer paying part of the utilities–part or all–and the same thing with rent…first month’s rent or eviction prevention rent assistance.” (more…)