Check out Catholic Charities CEO Tim Marx’s interview in the Star Tribune focusing on Dorothy Day Place.
Dorothy Day Place Article Excerpt
“Dorothy Day Place is a bold new vision to prevent and end homelessness in St. Paul. Higher Ground Saint Paul opened in January 2017 and offers more than 500 people experiencing homelessness a safe and dignified place to lay their head at night, including shelter and permanent housing.
The second phase, Saint Paul Opportunity Center and Dorothy Day Residence, will offer 177 additional permanent housing units, as well as a one-stop shop that will connect people to critical services … job training, housing and a medical clinic. Ramsey County, the Veterans Administration and health care providers will offer onsite services.
Construction will be completed in 2019. The project is estimated at $100 million, and is the largest public-private partnership in state history in housing and social services.”
Read the full article at startribune.com.