Oct 7, 2016 12:17 PM
Concord's Salvation Army expands year-round emergency shelter by 60 percent
CONCORD — The Salvation Army's McKenna House has expanded their year-round emergency shelter by 60 percent.
The $675,000 upgrade has added 16 beds for the city's homeless residents, along with a 3,500-square-foot new wing on South Fruit Street which will allow for more effective service, Capt. Stephen Warren told the Concord Monitor.
The new wing includes a large meeting space and more storage on the lower floor, as well as men's and women's dormitories above.
The old men's dormitories will be converted to a dining hall, Warren said.