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Bella Ease expands services to help more people

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Finding a job can be tough, especially in the current environment.

A Quincy organization is ready to help, while trying to find more ways to give the community a boost.

Officials at Bella Ease say last year they helped over 60 people land jobs and get back on their feet.

Executive Director of Bella Ease, Cheryl Williams, say that work is needed right now because of the jobs lost due to the pandemic.

Now they're looking at finding other ways to help families in the area.
They're completing a community assessment on violence and trauma to learn what families want and need, and how they can provide those services all in one location.

Bella Ease Executive Director Cheryl Williams says, "Having all resources in one center is the best thing for the people and that is what our actual goal is. Just to be able to have as many resources in one place for the people to be able to get to them."

Williams says there are no requirements for the people they help. However they say an application does has to be filled out for their work focus program.

She says they are currently taking appointments.


Bella Ease:

  • Call: 217-209-0632

Charity Bell

Multimedia Journalist at WGEM

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