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Officials Attend Grand Opening of Transitional Housing Space for Young Adults

Mayor Yvonne Flowers and Common Council member Chris Grant of the Sixth Ward attended and spoke at Hudson River Housing’s grand opening of Pat’s Place, Dutchess County’s first supportive, transitional housing facility for young adults.

The restored home is located in Grant’s ward on South Clinton Street.

Pat’s Place — named in honor of a staff member of over 40 years, Pat Kellett — is a voluntary, transitional supportive housing site that offers up to 12 private bedrooms, with a shared kitchen, living room and recreational space.

It’s supported by The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, the HOME American Rescue Plan through Dutchess County, The Dyson Foundation and other private contributions. To obtain admission to Pat’s Place or more information about its programs, please call 845-337-4407 ext. 406.

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