Amos House converts part of facility
to winter emergency shelter

PROVIDENCE – Amos House, a nonprofit that has specialized in transitional and long-term housing services, including for people in addiction recovery, has, out of need, opened an emergency shelter for the winter months. The organization announced its decision recently. The winter emergency shelter, at its main facility at 460 Pine St., was built to house…

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