Lake Elsinore officially opens crisis stabilization housing complex

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Visitors hold up pillows with inspirational sayings on them during the grand opening of The Anchor, a crisis stabilization housing complex for homeless individuals Thursday, Dec. 30. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Just making it under the wire of requirements demanded for state funding, Thursday, Dec. 30, the city of Lake Elsinore officially opened The Anchor, a crisis stabilization housing complex for homeless individuals seeking to transition away from living on the streets. The first 10 individuals were moving into the complex, and Nicole Dailey, assistant to the city manager, discussed two of the residents who moved in on the first day. “We had two gentlemen move in that were homeless, both of them approximately six years here in Lake Elsinore,” Dailey said. “Both of them are extremely delighted and surprised by the units that they were being offered.” She said one of the men told her that he’d lost all contact with his family and didn’t know how he could reconnect with them
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