In a celebration acknowledging years of planning, design, review and outreach, the nonprofit Davis Community Meals and Housing (DCMH) announced the greater Davis community has raised more than $4 million of the estimated $5 million cost to replace its dilapidated building at 1111 H Street with Paul’s Place, a new innovative, multi-functional facility, designed by a local architect. Paul’s Place will provide day services, critical health and human resources, emergency shelter, transitional housing, and permanent supportive housing to people living homeless in Davis.
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- PRESS RELEASE: DAVIS COMMUNITY MEALS AND HOUSING ANNOUNCES FUNDING AND SUPPORT FOR PAUL’S PLACE, A FIRST-OF-ITS-KIND VERTICAL TINY HOME VILLAGE TO SERVE UNSHELTERED IN OUR COMMUNITY