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The center will be house in the former National American University building.
The center will be house in the former National American University building.
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July 7, 2017

The Haven for Hope Concept Gains Momentum in Rapid City

Former Rapid City Alderwoman Charity Doyle was hired to create a center for people facing homelessness, substance abuse, and mental illness, reports the Rapid City Journal.  This center is based on the concept of the Haven for Hope in San Antonio, TX.  The Rapid City Collective Impact Group proposed the project and will be utilizing the National American University property in Rapid City owned by Pennington County. 

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