Micah Center ready to serve Green Bay homeless

Homeless people in downtown Green Bay soon will have a new place to spend their days working toward a brighter future.

It is designed to help homeless people and also to prevent them from wandering the streets or creating nuisances in the city's downtown area.The Micah Center at 700 E. Walnut St. is scheduled to open Wednesday as a resource for health care, counseling, education and more.

After promoters of the concept spent years searching for a location, St. John the Evangelist Homeless Shelter purchased and renovated a former office building on the east side of downtown.

"The location is ideal," St. John executive director Alexia Wood said during an open house Monday to unveil the new facility.
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