Nykeisha was always working hard while attending school and raising her daughter as a single mom yet struggled financially. She was frustrated that as hard as she was trying she could not get ahead and often fell short.Read More
In 2011 Anthony and Carrie-Anne moved back to their native Bucks County, but he was unable to obtain employment that paid a livable wage. Having hit difficult financial times, Anthony and Carrie-Anne remained committed to becoming financially independent.Read More
When Deborah first came to BCOC for housing last year, she placed a call from a motel. She had just packed up what she could of her belongings and left her home.Read More
Jackie was an Emergency Services case in the summer of 2011. She needed assistance with her PECO bill. She is a single mom with two young boys, both with emotional issues. She was trying to make ends meet but having a difficult timeRead More
Angela was referral from BCHIP clinic in May 2010. Angela suffers from Lupus and was at the clinic because her benefits were cut when she lost her job as a Leasing agent.Read More
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