A year later, St. Monica’s is home to 11 families, 16 kids

The St. Monica Apartments, a project of Catholic Community Services, fill a gap in the low-income housing needs and supports residents with other services.

In 2018, Catholic Community Services (CCS) opened the St. Monica Apartments on Appleblossom Avenue, a complex that serves single mothers in the community. Since then, it’s been filling in a gap the organization discovered among its other programs. 

The idea for the apartments stemmed from the . . .

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