This week Fellowship Place broke ground on the final phase of the Campus Renovation Plan began in 2007. The project entails the demolition and replacement of a nonfunctional, dilapidated garage with a new maintenance storage facility. In addition to housing equipment and supplies, the facility will offer a maintenance job-training opportunity for clients who want to learn warehouse skills such as inventory tracking and storage. The project is being funded with a CT Non-profit Grant for infrastructure improvements from the Office of Policy & Management and private donations. With the support of various public/private partnerships, over the last 12 years Fellowship Place has transformed the once old and tired buildings that make up its campus, into vibrant welcoming centers where people living with a serious mental illness may find daily structure, an array of productive activities, and positive social connections. Special thanks to our supporters for making the campus transformation more than just a dream.