There's a new place for mothers struggling with addiction to get help. Avivo, a housing service nonprofit and the Builders Association-Housing First Foundation have recently completed a renovated recovery housing complex. Bob Bennett, manager for the Builders Association Foundation, and Kelly Matter, President and CEO of Avivo join us now. (3:28) WCCO Mid-Morning – May 22, 2018

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