Shelter for children in crisis expands
In Coeur d’Alene One by one the rooms are coming together with fresh paint, furniture and décor meant to comfort some of the most vulnerable children in the community. Children’s Village, a shelter for children in crisis, is nearly ready to open the second house on its Coeur d’Alene campus, doubling its capacity to 24 and allowing the organization to help an additional 75 to 100 kids each year. “There is a great need. We’ve turned away over 60 kids this year so far,” said Christina Hull, development director for the nonprofit organization.
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