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Bay Aging expands services in Gloucester, thanks to county

“We really appreciate the leadership role Gloucester County has taken to support Bay Aging,” the organization’s president and CEO Kathy Vesley said, speaking about the partnership between the county and Bay Aging have entered to provide a variety of critical services to Gloucester residents during the pandemic.

The programs and services, which are available to eligible county residents effective immediately, include a rent and mortgage relief program, continuation of Bay Aging’s popular Helping Neighbors hot meal delivery program, financial assistance for in-home personal care, and expanded Bay Transit bus service.

“COVID-19 has proven to be a formidable public health and economic crisis and these services will be a lifeline to many of our most vulnerable residents,” Vesley said.

The rent and mortgage relief program is available to eligible residents who are facing eviction or foreclosure for non-payment due to a loss of income related to COVID-19. To qualify, applicants must...

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