Dozens of people who are homeless are expected to spend extended periods of time this week at the Saint Louis Galleria in s as part of a religious leader's efforts, the Riverfront Times reported.
Quoting from the Riverfront Times article:
"Reverend Larry Rice is poised to pull off another high-profile attempt to house St. Louis's homeless—in the Galleria mall in Richmond Heights. Starting Thursday afternoon, the ritzy shopping center is becoming, in Rice's words, a 'day center.'"
Learn what Rice is encouraging the homeless to do while visiting the mall, and find out how the program fits into his call for a St. Louis County outreach center in the complete Riverfront Times article.
Rice has previously . Those remarks came after after being arrested for refusing to leave SSM St. Mary's Health Center.
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