Gloucester County and Bay Aging are partnering to provide essential services to Gloucester County residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
At its July 7 meeting, the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors allocated $610,659 for COVID-19 related and responsive programs targeted specifically to assist higher-risk residents who are maintaining enhanced isolation as well as those that have experienced financial hardships related to the pandemic.
The programs include opportunities for rent and mortgage relief, expanded public transportation services, as well as meal delivery and in-home personal care services for those in isolation.
One of the largest initiatives is the rent and mortgage relief program, which is available to eligible residents facing eviction or foreclosure for non-payment due to loss of income related to COVID-19. For more information and to fill out a pre-application, visit https://bayaging.org/bay-agings-rent-and-mortgage-relief-program-rmrp/or call 804-758-2386...
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