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Housing & Community Development: Funding to Fight Homelessness

There is a severe human and fiscal cost of homelessness. In response, there's a new infusion of funding in California - approximately $750 million in three new programs - to help cities and counties address the needs of more than 130,000 men, women, and children who do not have a permanent and safe place to call home. These new programs include  Homeless Emergency Aid Program ($500 million, deadline Dec. 31, 2018),  No Place Like Home ($190 million), and the  California Emergency Solutions and Housing Program ($53 million, deadline Oct. 15, 2018).

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