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By Jose A. Alvarez
San Diego County Communications Office 

County stands to get nearly $10 million to address homelessness

 

Last updated 2/21/2020 at 11:03am

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday, Feb. 11, to let the county Health and Human Services Agency apply for nearly $10 million from state funds to address homelessness in the region from the California Homeless Housing, Assistance and Prevention program grant.

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday, Feb. 11, to let the county Health and Human Services Agency apply for and receive nearly $10 million from state funds to address homelessness in the region.

The funding will come from the California Homeless Housing, Assistance and Prevention program grant. The county's portion combined with funds going to other local agencies could bring the San Diego region a total $43.3 million to house people experiencing homelessness and who have complex health needs.

"We've taken several steps over the last few years to address some of the root...



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