Housing Commission supports more low-income housing, reunification project (San Diego Housing Commission)

Date Published: 
April 25th, 2019

From the San Diego Union-Tribune:

Three nonprofits will subsidize temporary homes for 120 homeless families, an apartment building will have 159 affordable units for 55 years and more homeless families may be reunited with family members under plans recommended Thursday by the San Diego Housing Commission.

In a move aimed at helping homeless families transition into permanent housing, commissioners recommended spending $1.4 million of the city’s Homeless Emergency Aid Program funds to create additional temporary residential units known as rapid re-housing.

Read the San Diego Union-Tribune's article "Housing Commission supports more low-income housing, reunification project," featuring the San Diego Housing Commission.

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