No Where To Go.
“We want to see it happen this year, whatever it takes,” Heffernan said. “Winter’s coming. It’s upon us.”
“We’re just looking at meeting the very, very basic needs an individual has of warmth and safety, and I think that’s a gap that is unmet right now in a lot of regards,” said center co-chair Tonya Horn, a social worker at the Western Montana Mental Health Center. “We’ve really seen a great need in the valley for access to low-barrier shelters.”
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