The 32-unit Housing First apartments built to house Juneau’s most vulnerable homeless residents won’t open until mid-September. The $8.2 million project is modeled after similar housing projects in Anchorage, Fairbanks and other parts of the country.
The Juneau Assembly has ponied up another $1.2 million for the Housing First project. The 32-unit apartment complex and clinic is designed to serve Juneau’s most vulnerable residents, many of them homeless
Juneau is getting a new kind of apartment building, designed to provide safe, affordable housing to the city’s most vulnerable homeless individuals.