ALBANY, N.Y. – A ribbon cutting was held for Phase II of the Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless (IPH) Sheridan Hollow Housing Project.
Four homeless families in Albany will soon have a place to call "home" at this permanent housing.
Phase I was completed in 2009, which was the opening of 8 individual apartments and 2 family apartments for families with a disabled head of household.
IPH says that without these housing opportunities the families being helped would most likely still be living on the streets.
IPH's Housing Program assists homeless individuals and families with achieving success in stable, permanent living. They operate three permanent affordable housing sites within the City of Albany.