Proposal would turn farm into transitional shelter for homeless

To get people off the streets, homeless programs need to not only provide shelter, but also skills training, education and social services. All of that might be possible with a proposal to turn a 150-acre farm into a homeless shelter.

Excerpt: Lapeer County organization is working to create a new shelter for the homeless after seeing a growing need in the community.

The group held an open house on Saturday at the Caroline House.

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Source: MINBC
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