Wickstrom toured the vacant Boysville Center on Tuesday afternoon. The building, which formerly housed young criminal offenders and is owned by Catholic Charities of Monroe, is located in Frenchtown Township at 3500 Comboni Way.
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We need help in Monroe,” Mr. Jordan said. “It seems like it would be a great fit.” Mr. Moore, 44, a record-setting receiver and four time Pro Bowl player who was with the Lions from 1991 to 2001, said he dedicated much of his time to helping Michigan’s young people overcome addiction. If the project at Boysville becomes a reality, Mr. Moore said he will commit to Monroe to offer whatever help he can.
Monroe looks like the perfect playground for Wickstrom and his ballers. Ms. Demers said Monroe has the highest rate of heroin addiction per capita in Michigan.