San Diego receives $21M to build homes for unhoused residents

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Article by Cody Dulaney | Read full article on iNewsource

California awarded $20.8 million to San Diego to expand housing for people experiencing homelessness.

Officials will use the money to create 75 rental units for currently unhoused San Diegans — a step toward addressing the worsening homelessness crisis where 3,300 people are unsheltered citywide.

It’s part of a statewide initiative called Homekey, which provides cities, counties and housing authorities with grant money to sustain and develop a wide range of housing types: from developing multifamily apartment buildings to converting existing properties, all for unhoused residents or those on the brink of homelessness.

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