The Project consists of the rehabilitation and conversion of the historic 16,200 sq. ft. St. Casimir’s School building into a Community Connections Center and five units of supportive housing, and the neighboring historic 7,300 sq. ft. Convent Building into a Health and Wellness Center. Combined, the two buildings provides comprehensive and expanded supportive services and housing to those experiencing or at risk of homelessness, including case management; life skills training; financial counnseling; job referrals; food service and pantry; health and wellness checks; and other supportive services. The Project serves an estimated 750 individuals and 4,000 visits annually, nearly doubling the number of people served at its existing site.