Published in Law and Health Weekly, February 14th, 2009
"Susquehanna Harbor Safe Haven will truly live up to its name because it will be a secure place for some of Dauphin County's homeless residents to stay while they get their lives back in order," said Klothen, DCED's deputy secretary for community affairs and development. "The facility will also help to reduce the county's homeless population."
The energy-efficient building on North 12th Street in Harrisburg will have 25 permanent...
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