With over 30 years of experience in community planning and real estate development, Mark Angelini was a natural choice for his role as president of Mercy Housing Lakefront.
Mercy Housing Lakefront, a division of Denver-based Mercy Housing Inc., is a nonprofit organization that develops and manages service-enriched affordable housing units for families, seniors, veterans, and chronically homeless individuals.
Residents of MHL housing have access to services that include therapy, educational programs, job training, financial instruction, and programs improving access to healthcare.
“In many cases these may be individuals who were not living in a home for 20, 30 years – or never had a real stable home of their own,” Angelini told the Daily Whale. “We help them get oriented to that reality.”
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