Home to help felons' transition opening in Fargo
FARGO, N.D. (AP) — A home in Fargo that will rent space to felons trying to adjust back into the community is expected to be ready Saturday.
KVLY television reports that a Minnesota faith-based nonprofit group has partnered with the Jail Chaplains ministry to create My Father's House. Those who pass a screening process will be required to pay a portion of the rent.
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