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City gives Fifth Street Renaissance SARA Center grant to build homeless veteran housing

The city has granted Fifth Street Renaissance SARA Center $546,370 to acquire and renovate former Benedictine University student apartments into housing for homeless female veterans and veteran families. At Tuesday’s city council meeting, aldermen approved the nonprofit as the beneficiary of a … Read more at: Google Alert – homeless veterans

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Ventura Board of Supervisors push to open shelters for homeless

Supervisors also supported the development of a regional plan to address homelessness and backed goals aimed at ending homelessness among veterans, children, and youths ages 18 to 24. The supervisors’ decision to take part in the plan could lead to an infusion of state funding, Senior Deputy … Read more at: Google Alert – homeless veterans

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Giarratana eyes residential building targeting veterans

“Our team is pleased to dedicate our resources to address the housing needs of Nashville’s workforce, homeless, and veteran communities,” Giarratana said. “If successful, our ultimate goal is to replicate this initiative in other areas of the city to support our veterans and help resolve the growing … Read more at: Google Alert – homeless veterans

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Operation Stand Down, 505 developer sign new veteran housing deal

“That’s thirty veterans who may be coming out of our transitional housing program,” Krenson said. “Thirty veterans who may be on the verge of experiencing homelessness. Thirty veterans who may be coming out of Fort Campbell, Fort Carson, or Wright-Patterson and (need) that great jump start into … Read more at: Google Alert – homeless veterans

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Representative Greg Walden talks about accomplishments in veterans programs

Representative Greg Walden spoke at Worksource Rogue Valley Tuesday afternoon about the latest efforts in helping homeless veterans. He spoke about a program for veterans that was approved for an amount of funding, that has never happened before. Through Walden’s efforts and 75 other … Read more at: Google Alert – homeless veterans

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