$1.5 Million Housing Development To Go Up In East Macon

Some new buildings will soon go up in east Macon to help more homeless people with disabilities. They will be an extension of housing developments off Emery highway, the so-called First and Second Neighborhoods. Georgia Behavioral Health Services put up the first homes in 2010 to house River Edge Behavioral Center clients who battle addiction, homelessness, and other problems.18 individuals and families now live in First Neighborhood, including 64-year-old Bennie Lee Colbert. The Macon native was homeless for 3 years.



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