NEW SHELTER: Ribbon Cutting For New Facility
The ribbon is officially cut on a new shelter that will help serve the needs of central Iowa’s homeless population.
Friday morning Central Iowa Shelter & Services leaders alongside local, county and state officials helped open the new shelter. It features 150 beds, 38 Section Eight apartments and a special section of 19 private apartments for veterans.
The $15 million project also includes a health clinic, lounge area, new cafeteria, and a computer lab with classes offered from DMACC.
The staff and residents begin moving in to the new shelter next week.