Is the Bridges at Kraemer Place transitional center in Anaheim a ‘model’ for future homeless shelters in Orange County?

By Theresa Walker

ANAHEIM — It didn’t happen as quickly as hoped, but the transformation of a former lighting factory beside the 91 freeway into the multi-service, 200-bed Bridges at Kraemer Place transitional shelter for homeless people is close to completion.

During a guided tour for news organizations on Friday, June 1, county officials and providers used words like “model” and “gold standard” to describe the makeover of the 30,000-square-foot facility and supportive services.

The shelter began operating in April 2017 with 100 bunk beds available. Construction to convert the warehouse-style building has continued over the past year.

At completion in a month or so, the [READ MORE HERE]

Source: OC Register

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