Wednesday night The Lord's Place in West Palm Beach is celebrating the grand reopening of Cafe Joshua.
For years, Cafe Joshua has had a chefs' apprentice program.
Now, by making the environment more like a real restaurant, it can offer more opportunities for
formerly homeless people to work towards jobs in the food service industry.
Clients are now working as hosts, and the wait staff. Diners can select from a restaurant-style menu.
All of this designed to help people join the workforce.
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