From NBC 7 San Diego:
The grand opening of a permanent housing facility in Mission Valley means that dozens of homeless veterans now have a safe place to live.
More than 80 veterans will be housed at Zephyr, a new permanent supportive housing facility for homeless veterans off Interstate 8 and Mission Gorge Road....
The units are low-income and veterans will need to pay about a third of the rent, the San Diego Housing Commission pays for the rest of the rent through vouchers.
Read NBC 7 San Diego's article "'My Own Place': 84 Homeless Vets Get 2-Year Housing in Mission Valley ," featuring the San Diego Housing Commission.