On this West Virginia Morning, in rural Appalachia, if you face homelessness, it can be challenging to find resources to help get back on your feet.
A pastor in St. Albans, Kanawha County, saw that a homeless encampment consisting of about 10 tents in his community was being pushed out. People were being told they had to leave. So, he decided to help.
But not everyone in the town approves of the work he’s doing.
Independent producer Kyle Vass spent some time this summer looking into what’s been happening with the “tent city.”