Family seeks utilities assistance

Cleveland Heights family of 11 part of growing number who need utility assistance

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  • Cleveland Hts. family part of growing number who need utility help CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio — James Harris of Cleveland Heights and his 10 children lost their wife and mother Narleen Moore to cancer last November and then earlier this year the family also lost their gas and electric service after getting behind on their bill.
  • Harris said his church, the New Community Bible Fellowship, the Salvation Army, and CHN Housing Partners stepped in to help.
  • CHN Housing Partners quickly walked Harris through its utility assistance program, paying down his past due bills, putting Harris on a payment plan and restoring the family gas and electric service.
  • Laurie Leverette, CHN Housing Partners Director of Utilities and Emergency Services, told News 5 a growing number of Northeast Ohio families are having a tough time keeping pace with their utility bills in this post-pandemic economy.

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