New $1M facility near jail aims to give ex-inmates a second chance
Participants in the program will live in one of the 12 beds of the six-unit house that also has an office for a full-time case manager who will oversee their progress. The house, which cost more than $1 million to build, is located on 6 acres of the Cheshire County-owned land adjacent to the county jail on Route 101 in Keene.
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