Social Workers Lead Effort to Provide Struggling Families with Basic Supplies During Pandemic


“When the COVID-19 pandemic started, families were scrambling to find stores where they could get basic supplies like toilet paper.

“But some families lacked transportation to keep checking to see if the items were back in stock or to travel to other stores in search of them. At the same time, pantries could not get bulk supplies, so that option became limited. Then on top of it, some worried about just paying rent as they had their work hours cut or had to stay home to care for children doing online schooling.”

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