FARGO — Staff and clients of Red River Human Services Foundation cut the ribbon for a building to help adults who live with special needs on Wednesday, Nov. 17.

The brand new, three-story building for the foundation is located in south Fargo.

The Red River Human Services Foundation helps the people they serve with life services, group activities and outings they normally wouldn't be able to do themselves.

Foundation CEO Tom Newberger says they used to have their staff and services scattered throughout multiple buildings in town, so having everything under one roof will make it easier for everyone.

"It gives people we support a better life, because we can focus on what they need rather than driving around," Newberger said. "We're extremely happy to be here. The members are very excited to be here and really enjoy the new building."