Several dozen vocal supporters of the Anna Louise Inn marched to the Hamilton County Courthouse to protest the ongoing court case determining the fate of the 102 year old women's home.
The inn provides housing for low income women and a variety of programs to assist them getting back on their feet.
Josh Spring, of the Homeless Coalition says the inn has had to put renovation of their facility on hold while the courts decide if the institution should be closed because of zoning violations.
Chantal Nunnally, a graduate of one of the inn's transition programs, says the facility is important.
"The city really needs it," she said. "There are women waiting for those beds. They deserve to recover."
Spring says if the case isn't settled soon, the funding for the renovations may expire.
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