A non-profit organization whose mission is serving the needs of adults with brain injuries will now be able to accommodate more individuals.
Second Chance of Northwest Florida has reached its capacity at the location it’s held since 1998.
On Thursday, members of the board and Panama City Commissioners met at the new location to sign the lease.
Second Chance will be moving into the former A.D.HarrisLearningVillage. President of the Board, Sherl Morden, says they are thrilled to go from their current 2,000 square feet to a building with more than 4,000 square feet.
“We’re going to be able to have more space for everything that we need,” said Morden. “We are just looking forward to having all kinds of room to expand and to accommodate people that need to be with us.”
The lease will take effect on July 7th and the official move in day is set for some time in August.