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HOMELESSNESS

A longtime case worker with the ministry, Krystal Brandstatter stepped into the leadership role Nov. 15.
Join the Bob Tavani House for Medical Respite for a series of professionally facilitated community conversations over the next few weeks in which we’ll discuss how to continue serving the most vulnerable members of our community.
The size and scope of homelessness in the city, particularly the encampment underneath the Belknap Street viaduct, has shifted this year.
Local organizations gear up to help those struggling with homelessness over the winter season.

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An art exchange between two churches and Harbor House residents will culminate in a community art gala.
The group turns plastic bags into sleeping mats.
The rides will begin Nov. 4 and have already begun for Superior.
The nonprofit ministry is seeking donations of cots and warm clothing.
Rental assistance is available even if people are not facing eviction.
As Wisconsin residents continue to struggle financially because of COVID-19, charitable organizations are preparing for a rise in evictions and homelessness this fall.

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In its new building, the overnight warming center can shelter as many as 50 people.
Council eliminates fees to keep costs down after bids come in high for Harbor House project
5-unit building under renovation in Superior

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