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BEAVER STREET VETERANS VILLAS
Beaver Street Veterans Villas 605 Beaver Street
(Corner of Beaver and Broad Street)

 BEAVER STREET VETERANS VILLA REGISTRY 

 BEAVER STREET VETERAN VILLAS PROJECT DESCRIPTION

 The development is designed as a mixed-use commercial and housing development to include supportive services for homeless veteran and low-income.   The three-story rehabilitation development will feature housing on the second and third floors, comprising approximately 14,500 square feet, and will provide sixteen (16) fully furnished units.  The Veteran’s Administration (VA) will provide accessible on-site support services. Supportive services will be provided by both the CWM and VA.  Services will include comprehensive case management, substance abuse counseling, mental health counseling, job training/job placement, budget and financial counseling, meals, life skills training, random drug screenings and 24 hr. security.

The design of the units will include a bedroom area, living space, kitchen and bathroom.  The facility will include a laundry room, storage and equipment rooms for the residents. The ground floor will house approximately 1900 square feet of leased commercial and administrative offices for the VA Community Outreach Team.

NAMING OPPORTUNITY –  This nostalgic historic treasure is breathtaking and provides a “one stop shop” full-service solutions for veteran services. There are several naming opportunities for sponsorship to support and become a part of history to sustain the initiatives of the Clara White Mission. Join the vision.

  • Veteran Apartments- 16 Units – $5,000 per unit until August 31, 2016 and $10,000 afterwards
  • Laundry Room – $10,000
  • Lobby – $10,000
  • Veteran’s Gate – $10,000
  • Balcony (2) – $7,000 per balcony
  • Stairwell (2) – $7,000 per stairwell
  • Elevator – $7,000
  • Reflection Garden – $7,000
  • Storage Rooms – $5,000
  • Friends Wall – $2,000
  • Veteran Brick – $1,000
OUR IMPACT
400
MEALS SERVED EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK
32
HOMELESS VETERANS HOUSED EACH MONTH
150
ACRES OF FRESH PRODUCE IN A FOOD DESERT
76
PERCENT OF STUDENTS HIRED AFTER GRADUATION
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