MINOT, ND – Project BEE takes over the Broadway Circle project in Minot.
Shortly before the Minot City Council they spoke about their hopes for the project, such as making the ADA homeless shelter accessible to the whole family. The organization is also looking forward to making a difference.
“Around 80-85% of our customers in any given year say they have a disability. This could mean anything from addictions to mental disorders, but we’ve had clients in wheelchairs. That was a problem with our women’s shelter, ”said Liz Larsen, BEE project manager.
The family’s homeless shelter was held up after Lutheran Social Services closed its doors.
Minot area leaders discuss the fate of the Broadway Circle protection amid the LSS announcement
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