Clover Bridge Grand OpeningThe Paces Foundation Gifts the Equity and Transfers Ownership of its First Special Needs Property to View Point Health Covington, Georgia March 25, 2015 10:30 am Those with special needs in behavioral health areas require total health solutions with integrated care coordination. Without the proper support, this population is at risk of homelessness and chronic crisis. Hope starts with supportive affordable housing where counselors can help them gain employment training and watch for trouble signs of depression or relapse before they escalate and potentially drain hospitals, police, and court systems. The Paces Foundation and its partners hope to spread the word about how special needs housing gives people the step up they need to succeed ultimately benefitting the entire community. Speakers for the March 25 event will include: Doug Scott, Housing Director, Georgia Department of Behavioral Health Paul Bolster, Executive Director, Georgia’s Supportive Housing Association Mark du Mas, President, The Paces Foundation Jennifer Hibbard, CEO, View Point Health Tours of the property will follow the grand opening ceremony and ribbon cutting. Clover Bridge is located at 6151 Avery Street, Covington, Georgia 30014. Please RSVP to Amy Sigal at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, March 23. The event will start promptly at 10:30am on Wednesday, March 25th.