Recovery Center Construction Continues

Concrete and Steel

These are exciting times at John 3:16 Mission and for all those who care about transforming the lives of the homeless and at-risk of our community.

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Construction on the Hardesty Women’s RENEW recovery facility is well underway and picking up pace. In January, crews poured over 200 cubic yards of concrete for the foundation of the recovery center. In February, steel arrived on site and during March crews will be assembling the superstrucure. 
Later this spring, the structure will be walled in. It is hoped that the building will be completed by the end of summer and be move-in ready.
Womens building at J3

You Made It Possible!

The assembly of the steel superstructure is a major milestone and brings us much closer to providing full residential recovery services to up to 30 homeless and at-risk women.
The Mission offers special thanks to the Hardesty Family Foundation for its generous commitment and also thanks you for your support in bringing healing, wellness and hope to at-risk women in our community.
Your prayers for worksite safety and good weather are welcome.