NORWALK - Connecticut continues to try and put an end to homelessness today as state leaders gathered to celebrate one of the state's newest achievements.

Throughout the next year the Sono Life Center will take over a building in Norwalk and completely transform it into a multi-purpose center.

Sen. Bob Duff stressed how the project will help put an end to homelessness. 

The building will include 16 apartments, and features a health center, a job training program and even college entrance courses.