The 10-unit shelter includes bedrooms with bunk-beds, a living area, kitchen, computer, and a laundry room.
The Pathways executive director says the shelter is badly needed, with more than 400 homeless kids in Haywood County.
“We look at income, life skills, social support, spirituality, stability, recovery, and work on these things for up to 6 months and hopefully move from here into housing,” says Mandy Haithcox.
A 100-thousand-dollar grant from the Pope Foundation and 500-thousand-dollars in local donations made the building possible.
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