New Complex Brings Hope
An organization called RAIN began work on the new $1.2 million complex last week. The group held an official groundbreaking ceremony Thursday.
The complex will offer housing to those that suffer from HIV and AIDS. Although the complex, named Waterbrook Place, is in the initial construction stages, it will be designed like a typical apartment complex.
At the groundbreaking ceremony Thursday, city and RAIN officials said HIV patients need a place to live that can aid them in medical care.
"This is really the best way to support those with disabilities and chronic illnesses and ensure, not only are they healthy, that they're able to get out into community and enjoy the things that everyone else enjoys," Mindy Duncan, RAIN executive director said.