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Newark Homeless Shelter Gets Makeover

NEWARK, NJ — A decade after its first “extreme makeover project,” the Apostles’ House, a shelter for homeless and at-risk families located on Grant Street in Newark, got a welcome facelift earlier this month.

Apostle’s House got a significant renovation in 2007, when several organizations and community stakeholders got together to improve conditions at the Essex County shelter, which provides social services to homeless and at-risk families and individuals in the Newark area.

Read the full article on Patch.com

Staff Editor

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