When the pandemic hit, experts advised us to stay home. But what happens to people whose homes aren't safe? Kathy shares the story of her brother David, whose home was not suitable to live and recover in after he suffered an aortic aneurism, and the organization that helped.
With financial support, this childcare center was able to continue to pay its teachers and meet enhanced health and safety standards to keep children and employees safe.
Camila shares her story of getting COVID-19, along with her husband, and struggling to care for their four children at a distance. She also shares about the local program that helped her fully recover.
Eighty-four-year-old Charles has been homebound and isolated since the pandemic hit in March. But Meals on Wheels has been a bright spot in a difficult time, bringing Charles meals and a friend to talk to.