Hebron Housing Companies explained it has gained funding to make significant capital improvements to its 3 shelters in Waukesha.
The planed projects involve a total kitchen and rest room renovation, updates in bedrooms and typical parts, and an HVAC overhaul throughout its services.
Hebron operates Juno Dwelling, an crisis shelter at 812 N. East Ave. that serves solitary women, females with children, and people Siena Household, a shelter at 1519 Summit Ave. that serves single adult men and Jeremy Home Safe and sound Haven, a shelter at 1301 E. Moreland Blvd. that serves grownup guys and women.
The business has gained funding from the Waukesha County Community Enhancement Block Grant, the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Progress Authority and private donors for the $150,000 job.
“Our shelters have served as risk-free, heat havens to 1000’s of family members and folks, and we want to make confident they stand reliable for many years to come,” stated executive director Maureen Atwell.
Hebron reported the projects will be a memorial to the organization’s founder, Bernie Juno, who died last year at 75.
“Bernie Juno devoted her everyday living to supplying hope to those people in need to have,” Atwell stated.
Formerly recognized as Hebron House, the organization’s flagship shelter was a short while ago renamed Juno Residence in her honor.
New signage was lately installed at Juno Property and Siena Home.
“Waukesha is a place in which people today care for their neighborhood, and being a superior neighbor features taking very good care of your home,” said Atwell. “To have skilled, warm, inviting indications in front of our homes aids the total visual appearance of the community and is a symbol of how our guests lead to the group.”