Back Bay Mission’s newest affordable housing project for homeless veterans is now underway!
Join the Groundbreaking Ceremony Wednesday, March 12th at 10:00 a.m. on the project site, 905 Division St., Biloxi, MS. HomePort II is a 6 unit affordable housing project for homeless veterans in South MS.
HomePort II is the second home that the Mission has build to address homelessness among veterans in South MS. The Mission’s first home for homeless disabled veterans (HomePort I) opened in 2013.
HomePort II is a permanent supportive housing project and is a result of both federal and local collaborations between Back Bay Mission, The Home Consortium of Biloxi and Gulfport, Biloxi Housing Authority, Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Department of Veterans Affairs, The Home Depot Foundation, and Keesler Federal Credit Union.
Back Bay Mission is proud to provide affordable, safe, and dignified housing opportunities and services for low and moderate income residents of South MS.
If you or your organization is interested in this project or would like more information about Back Bay Mission, please contact Derek Eady, Community Relations Associate at Back Bay Mission by dialing 228-432-0301 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Back Bay Mission
Back Bay Mission, a community ministry of the United Church of Christ, serves the Mississippi Gulf Coast and the wider church community by faithful witness for social justice and compassionate service to the poor and marginalized. More information about BBM and its programs is available on the internet at www.thebackbaymission.org