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River of Refuge has moved its first four families into its transitional housing program. The nonprofit organization has spent the past seven years renovating the former Park Lane Hospital into apartments to serve poor and homeless families. Founder John Wiley says the housing will help families heal financially. (Video by Robert Cronkleton | The Kansas City Star) bcronkleton@kcstar.com
River of Refuge has moved its first four families into its transitional housing program. The nonprofit organization has spent the past seven years renovating the former Park Lane Hospital into apartments to serve poor and homeless families. Founder John Wiley says the housing will help families heal financially. (Video by Robert Cronkleton | The Kansas City Star) bcronkleton@kcstar.com

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