There's a new resource for veterans who find themselves homeless.
The 12 apartments are in Andrews Hall, on the campus of the Colgate Rochester Crozier Divinity School.
Veterans can stay there for a very small fee.
Administrators say it's really an extension of their ministry.
The units used to be student dorms, but became vacant as trends changed and more of the school's students became commuters.
Local agencies Tempro and the Veterans Outreach Center came together with the Divinity School to figure out what to do with the space.
The school received a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the plan was born.
The money will help support a book club, meals and, if requested, some spirtual training from the Divinity school's students.
Rev. Marvin McMickle is President of the Colgate Rochester Crozier Divinity School. He said "We're mindful of the suffering that they have endured and the need for continued care as a result of that. If the work that we do at the school can be a way to strengthen and encourge their recovery from the scars of war, I cant think of anything tha'ts more appropriate for us to do."
Veterans will begin moving into the complex in November.