One Stop Homeless Center "Stopped?"
Construction was supposed to start this month...but instead, it will be another winter without the One Stop Homeless Center. It's tied up with permitting applications and with two lawsuits.
The homeless shelter has been in the works since 2005, when the 10 year Plan to End Homelessness was adopted. Six years later, homeless advocates say those in need can't afford to wait.
- Rezoning the One Stop Homeless Center
- Wait Continues for One Stop Homeless Center
- City Commission Approves One-Stop Homeless Shelter
- Alternative Site for Homeless One Stop Center No Longer An Option
- Gainesville's One Stop Homeless Center
- Old prison May Soon be a Homeless Center
- Homeless "Meal Limit" Changed to "Time Limit"
- Grace Marketplace Homeless Center Gets $308,000 In Local Government Funding
- State Approves Sale of Former Prison For Use as Homeless Center
- Is the Grace Market Place Ready for All the Homeless?