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Posted May 18, 2016

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Homeless Project, Transition Services Moving

Offices will be located with Clothing Bank in portables behind Wilson Mid-School

The APS Title I Homeless Project, the Transition Services program--including the ACCESS and Community to Adult Programs or CTAP, and the APS Community Clothing Bank will be relocated to 1130 Cardenas Dr. SE and should have completed their move by Friday, May 20.

The programs will be located in portables behind Wilson Mid-School. The former location at 1730 University Blvd. SE will be vacated while permanent facilities are constructed. And, the offices will remain at the Wilson Mid-School site until construction is completed.

“We apologize for any inconvenience during the move,” said Patrick Scott, director of the Title I Homeless Project.

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