Homeward Bound of Marin has started laying the foundation for Mill Street Center in San Rafael. The new building will have a modern, efficient shelter for adults experiencing homelessness and add two floors of permanent supportive housing for 32 people. The organization has operated the county’s only emergency night-to-night shelter for adults on the site since 1986. Key partners in the project include California’s Homeless Emergency Aid Program, Partnership HealthPlan, the state’s No Place Like Home program, Marin Community Foundation and the Nancy H. and James Kelso Fund. Find out more at bit.ly/MillStreetCenter. Pictured are Homeward Bound staff and board members. -Photos courtesy of David Smith and Homeward Bound
Thanks to the generous Marin community, Welcoming Home was able to fully furnish four apartments on March 13. Donations, volunteers and community partners Birch Circle Movers, North Bay Moving and Storage, City Carpets and United Markets helped turn these living spaces into comfortable homes for these families. Welcoming Home will be helping additional families in Marin on May 15. To find out how you can help, visit welcominghome.org. -Photos of furnished apartments courtesy of Welcoming Home
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