For nearly two decades Samaritan House has provided a place of respite for those experiencing homelessness and recovering from hospitalization. But this unique and critically needed service is at risk.

In March, the 12-bed facility on Fortune Street closed its doors amid funding challenges and a bevy of critical house repairs. Leaders with Samaritan House have now launched a campaign to raise $200,000 by July 1 to restaff and reopen the home — and they’re halfway to their goal. to view the original publication via Charlotte Observer

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