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Woman standing by her car.
Duluth nonprofits look to create sanctioned outdoor spaces for homeless people to live
Supervised camps could arrive in the city yet this summer.
Micah's Mission, 1901 1st Ave. N., is Churches United's largest shelter and houses men, women and families.
Steps are being taken to address concerns with a goal of finding housing for those who gather downtown on public property.
The 36-unit building will be owned by Churches United for the Homeless.
"Faith Conversations" features writer Roxane B. Salonen learns more about Central Cities Ministries, an ecumenical effort of local Christian churches that aims to help people with financial hardships.
Those who enroll renters in the program say there's been some improvement, but delays in receiving funding still occur, resulting in unnecessary evictions.

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Housing experts explained the importance of culturally appropriate housing and wraparound services at shelters during a roundtable discussion Thursday in Duluth.
The March 14 event at St. Joseph's Catholic Church is meant to support the Dorothy Day Food Pantry.
The Duluth house is part of a growing network of medical respite centers that now numbers more than 130 around the country — including four in Minnesota. More than half have opened in just the past 10 years.

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