State, federal funds help homeless nonprofit rebuild in Aberdeen

“It was maybe a blessing,” said Craig Dublanko, CEO of the nonprofit that helps homeless people and was recently released from custody in Grays Harbor County.

CCAP is renovating the long-abandoned Bank of America building in downtown Aberdeen, mostly with state and federal funds.

Washington Governor Jay Inslee toured the site on Thursday.

“This is a place where I think the state can learn some lessons,” said Inslee, D-Washington.

The organization uses existing office space and homeless people can get toiletries and housing vouchers at the drive-through window.

Eric Mix, who was recently released from prison, said the organization helped him find temporary housing and a job.

“If you don’t have a foundation, you have no place to go, no options,” Mix said.

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