New Grand Rapids Home Provides Support; FHLBI Grant Assists

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A newly constructed home in the Grand Rapids, MI area will house up to four men with developmental disabilities, providing them with the individualized support they need thanks to MOKA (a Muskegon-based nonprofit), FHLBI member Community Shores Bank, and FHLBI's Affordable Housing Program grants.


MOKA opened Forest Trail Home this spring in Fruitport, MI. It replaces a previous county-owned residence in Muskegon Township on Annette Street, which was operated by MOKA since 1980.

MOKA supports children and adults with autism, mental illness and developmental disabilities throughout West Michigan.

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