Newly-remodeled housing unveiled in Waukesha for men dealing with homelessness
WAUKESHA, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Amid the healing in Waukesha, something to celebrate.
On Monday, Nov. 29, Hebron Housing Services unveiled its fully-remodeled Siena House.
The Siena House is specifically for single men dealing with homelessness.
There, they have a warm bed along with resources to help them find stable housing and succeed in being self-sufficient.
The remodel includes significant changes, from new paint and flooring to new energy-efficient windows and a lot more.
"In just three short months, crews have been able to expand the second floor bathroom to include three shower stalls, three sinks and two toilets, remove closets to increase bedroom size for bunk guests, create an ADA-approved first floor bathroom, complete kitchen and dining renovations that expanded our prep, serving and storage spaces."
Hebron has two other shelters -- the Juno House is available for single women, single women with children, single men with children and families who are dealing with homelessness.
The Jeremy House is for adult men and women who are dealing with homelessness and mental health issues.
To learn more about these housing services, click here.