More than two dozen California cities receive funds for supportive housing programs
Washington—Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) today announced $10.5 million in grants from Housing and Urban Development’s Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing program will be awarded to California programs that give homeless veterans access to supportive housing.
“These grants will steer funding to more than two dozen California cities in need of additional supportive housing for our homeless veterans.” Senator Feinstein said.
“I’m pleased to see additional resources committed to California’s homelessness crisis. I firmly believe we must combine housing with services to make sure the veterans we bring in from the street don’t find themselves back out there.
“These grants are a welcome help and I look forward to continuing to find ways federal resources can be used to address homelessness across California.”
Housing Authority of the County of Kern
Housing Authority of the County of San Mateo
Berkeley Housing Authority
Housing Authority of the City of Burbank
Lake County Housing Commission
Crescent City Housing Authority
Housing Authority City of Fresno
Kings County Housing Authority
Housing Authority of the City of Inglewood
Housing Authority of the City of Livermore
Housing Authority of the County of Santa Barbara
City of Long Beach Housing Authority
Housing Authority of the County of Stanislaus
Housing Authority of the County of Ventura
Housing Authority of the City of Oxnard
City of Pittsburgh Housing Authority
County of El Dorado Housing Authority
Housing Authority of the City of Redondo Beach
City of Roseville
San Diego Housing Commission
Housing Authority of the City & County of SF
Santa Clara County Housing Authority
Housing Authority of County of Marin
Housing Authority of the City of Santa Monica
County of Sonoma
City of Santa Rosa
Housing Authority of the County of Yolo
The HUD-VASH program provides rental assistance for homeless veterans and their families and is administered jointly by the Departments of Housing and Urban Development and Veterans Affairs. The program specifically targets chronically homeless veterans and pairs housing with case management services through the Department of Veterans Affairs Department.