San Bernardino County program houses homeless families with children (Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino)

Date Published: 
September 12th, 2019

From the San Bernardino Sun:

When Ana Santana and her children moved into their Loma Linda apartment nearly four years ago, it meant more than having a new place to live.

It was a new start.

Santana, who was pregnant at the time, said she and her two young sons were living in their car, bouncing between parks and shelters before finding housing through the No Child Left Unsheltered program, an initiative launched in 2015 by the Housing Authority of San Bernardino County. The agency is one of 39 across the state with such a program.

Santana, her daughter Daliah Tamayo, 3; son Damian Tamayo, 14; and son Favian Tamayo, 8; have been rebuilding their lives — little by little — ever since.

Read the San Bernardino Sun's article "San Bernardino County program houses homeless families with children," featuring the Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino.

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