SPRINGFIELD, Mo. One of the newest housing complexes in Springfield is located off the beaten path. But it's making a big impact.
The nonprofit Kitchen Inc. continues is push of more affordable housing and solutions for Springfield’s homeless population with a groundbreaking this week.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Kitchen Inc. celebrated the ground breaking of its new housing development, McClernon Villas, this Friday morning.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (Sept. 23, 2016)— Today, The Kitchen, Inc. celebrated the ground breaking of McClernon Villas, a housing development which helps meet one the our community’s most critical needs—affordable permanent housing.
The opening of Beacon Village II is a milestone in this community’s progress toward ending homelessness. It provides an additional 32 units of affordable permanent housing for income-qualified individuals and families, including eight units for formerly homeless families.
After spending nearly six months homeless, Joyce Jewel moved four different times in the span of two years before finding a place she can now call home.
A recent grant totaling more than $490,000 awarded to The Kitchen, Inc. is helping homeless veterans here in the Ozarks like Michael Raymond.
The Kitchen's Home At Last program received $491,000 to continue their mission of helping homeless and at-risk Veterans off the streets and into a home.
Springfield, Mo (August 31, 2016) - Nancy Fairbank, a Central High graduate who is now a senior at University of Texas, is in Springfield this week for an event promoting her book, "Throwaway Youth: Stories of Springfield's Homeless Teens."