"Our faith is the cornerstone of all we do here, and it is important that we honor this moment and give thanks for the healing and the lives that will be impacted in the coming years," said Mission President/CEO/Sr. Pastor, Rev. Steve Whitaker.
The building, which will providing comprehensive, residential recovery services for homeless and/or at-risk women, is expected to open sometime later this summer or autumn. Up to 30 women can get treatment in the facility.