St. James Episcopal Church and nonprofit HRDC said Wednesday they’re opening up a historic church-owned home in downtown Bozeman as transitional housing to help homeless women get back on their feet.
The Canterbury House will serve as many as four homeless or at-risk women at a time. The women will pay $200 a month in rent and stay in the home for nine months to a year, said HRDC housing director Sara Savage.
During their stay, Savage said, women will also work with social workers to help them get to the point where they can obtain permanent housing.
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