“The exciting part is it’s not a Band-Aid.”
— Enita Kearns-Hout, Catholic Charities Regional Director
Catholic Charities in Greeley plans to build 47 apartments for low-income residents, with construction starting in January 2016. The complex will include community learning space, laundry and television areas as well as programs to help break the homelessness cycle. Residents will pay 30 percent of their monthly income for rent.
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