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The need for permanent supportive housing

June 8  |  4 to 5 pm

The Sophia Way believes that one-third of the women we serve on the Eastside would benefit tremendously from supportive housing. And, a big part of that includes mental health services.

Dennis Sills will talk about this issue and share details about Plymouth Housing’s Eastgate Permanent Supportive Housing project that will have units for people from the Eastside.

Dennis Sills is Director of Strategic Initiatives and Government Relations for Plymouth Housing.

Community Conversations is your space to connect with the community, listen to thoughts and ideas related to women experiencing homelessness, and share your views.