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HomeAid Twin Cities/BATC-Housing First Foundation Build Project Kick-Off First Project of 2018


HomeAid Twin Cities/BATC Housing First Foundation, together with build Partner The Kingdom Builders, will renovate four units of an apartment building for AVIVO.

“We are Blessed and Honored to be partnering with The Kingdom Builders to renovate these units for a great cause and Organization as AVIVO,” said BATC-Housing First Foundation Manager, Bob Bennett.

This facility houses women along with their children as they seek services for substance addiction. AVIVO specializes in proving services to women who find themselves struggling with repeated addiction relapse, co-occurring chemical and mental health diagnoses, homelessness, criminal backgrounds, or desire to re-unify with their children.

The kickoff of the first building took place at 10:30 am on January 17th. 

 

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