Feds Grant City $12 Million to Fight Homelessness

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Feds Grant City $12 Million to Fight Homelessness

More than 12 million dollars in federal funds will be used to fight homelessness in Hamilton County.

The money from the department of housing and urban development will fund programs at the drop-in center, freestore food bank, and other agencies.

Programs include street outreach, shelters, and traditional housing services.

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