Haven of Portage County helps area’s homeless with new shelter, other resources
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Haven of Portage County is opening its doors to the area’s homeless starting April 19.
The new rescue mission and warming center can accommodate 64 men, women and children and, according to its website, “provides holistic healing through the power of the gospel.”
19 News Now spoke with Anne Marie Noble the organization’s executive director.
Opening the facility took years of planning and happened with help from a large fundraising campaign and a network of partners.
Haven of Portage County states it also helps individuals get addiction treatment, obtain a photo identification and GEDs.
Donations are always needed including food, money and gift cards to places like Giant Eagle, Walmart and Aldi.
Volunteering opportunities also exist.
They operate at 2645 Route 59 in Ravenna Township and can be reached at 330-235-8600 and email@example.com.
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