Missoula MT: Homeless Veterans Receive an Improvement

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MISSOULA, Mont. — In an effort to better serve Montana’s estimated 165 homeless veterans, the Poverello Center is planning to move the “Housing Montana Heroes” program from the second floor of the Poverello to the Clark Fork Inn.

“The veterans have a separate wing, community room, laundry, really it’s placed away from the rest of the shelter,” said executive director of the Poverello Center Jill Bonny. “But it’s still sitting on top of a congregate shelter setting.”

Bonny says the VA wants to shift these programs into the non-congregate shelter with private rooms, bathrooms, and services.

The Clark Fork Inn property is .29 acres with 17 rooms now, which will be expanded to 20. Preliminary plans show renovating the nine units on the west side of the L-shaped building and demolishing the north side, turning that section into two stories. The existing two-story building on the southeast corner of the lot will stay the same.

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