SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. – In an attempt to house the homeless in San Bernardino County, the Board of Supervisors approved homeless grant funding.
The funding for 22 entities for 25 projects, for seven cities and unincorporated areas has been granted, officials said. The funding will help those serving the homeless the ability to provide rental assistance, rapid rehousing programs, street outreach, housing navigation, family reunification, prevention, as well as other important programs.
Four Victor Valley area organizations that were granted funds include the Family Assistance Program who was granted $525,600, High Desert Homeless Services who was granted $150,000, St. Mary Medical Center who was granted $140,000, and Victor Valley Family Resource Center who was granted $150,000.
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