$40M renovation completed at Salvation Army rehab center in Minneapolis
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A place that restores lives has now itself been restored.
The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center in downtown Minneapolis has undergone a major renovation.
“It’s incredible,” Envoy Tom Canfield said. “The whole building has been transformed.”
The two-year, $40 million project transformed the century-old building into a state-of-the-art facility for men down on their luck or in the grips of addiction.
“When a man can step into the door, take a look around and feel some level of comfortability, some level of professionalism and think to themselves, ‘Maybe this is the place that I can change,'” Canfield said.
Major funding for the project came from sales at Salvation Army thrift stores.
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You can call the Salvation Army at 612-547-5690 if you’re a man needing help with recovery.