via News5:

Lutheran Metropolitan Ministries is offering a second chance for homes and people.

In Cuyahoga County, more than 750 families were homeless at one-point last year. Also, nearly 2,5000 Cleveland students are currently homeless.

LMM is offering hope through rehabbed homes, which gives people who are down on their luck another chance to get back on their feet. LMM is focusing on homes on Cleveland’s east side.

“The community itself is an asset,” said LMM’S, Andrew Gensler. “The rug epidemic has torn through the inner city. Through redlining, and through other designs, we know the populations that live immediately downstream and downwind.

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