Originally a homeless shelter, Mondloch Place now resembles a bed and breakfast with a wrap-around porch. The existing two-story facility was renovated and expanded to meet county needs. The updated facility offers studio apartments to individuals who have been homeless for many years. Apartments feature new kitchens and space for a bed and televisions. The facility also features on site support staff and services and parking for 28 vehicles. This project became an EarthCraft Certified Multi-Family project in 2014.
Awards + Recognition
- Achievement Award by the National Association of Counties 2014
- Award of Excellence by the National Association for County Community and Economic Development 2014
- HOME Excellence Award by the National Association of Local Housing Finance Agencies 2014