New signage was recently set up at Juno Dwelling in Waukesha.

Hebron Housing Services stated it has received funding to make important money enhancements to its three shelters in Waukesha.

The planed jobs incorporate a whole kitchen and rest room renovation, updates in bedrooms and common places, and an HVAC overhaul across its facilities.

Hebron operates Juno Household, an unexpected emergency shelter at 812 N. East Ave. that serves solitary females, gals with young children, and families Siena Household, a shelter at 1519 Summit Ave. that serves solitary men and Jeremy Property Protected Haven, a shelter at 1301 E. Moreland Blvd. that serves adult adult men and women of all ages.

The group has gained funding from the Waukesha County Group Progress Block Grant, the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Improvement Authority and non-public donors for the $150,000 venture.

“Our shelters have served as safe, heat havens to countless numbers of people and folks, and we want to make certain they stand reliable for decades to come,” reported executive director Maureen Atwell.

Hebron stated the tasks will be a memorial to the organization’s founder, Bernie Juno, who died past year at 75.

“Bernie Juno dedicated her lifestyle to supplying hope to individuals in need to have,” Atwell reported.

Formerly recognised as Hebron Dwelling, the organization’s flagship shelter was lately renamed Juno Household in her honor.

New signage was a short while ago set up at Juno House and Siena Residence.

“Waukesha is a spot the place individuals care for their neighborhood, and currently being a great neighbor consists of taking excellent care of your property,” stated Atwell. “To have experienced, heat, inviting indications in entrance of our properties will help the all round overall look of the community and is a image of how our attendees add to the local community.”