The Community Housing Network’s newest development, Laurel Green, celebrated its grand opening.
“We know just from the research that creating facilities and homes like this truly makes a difference in the trajectory of people’s lives who are often left behind in many ways,” said David Royer, the chief executive officer of the Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board of Franklin County.
Laurel Green helps ADAMH in achieving our goal of 250 new permanent supportive housing units in Franklin county by 2026.
About Laurel Green
Laurel Green offers permanent supportive housing to 40 residents experiencing disabling mental health conditions, providing them a stable home.
Residents are offered ADAMH-funded services on site, helping them recover and thrive. Laurel Green is built on a formerly vacant Columbus land bank lot. Bus stops, a park and a library are among the neighborhood amenities within walking distance from the apartments.
Funding for the $7.2 million development was provided by: ADAMH Board of Franklin County, City of Columbus, Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati, Franklin County, Huntington National Bank, Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing, Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, and Ohio Housing Finance Agency. The Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority provided critical rental subsidy.
For more information: Contact Susan Sayers, at email@example.com, or 614.487.6742.