To provide emergency shelters and housing resources to individuals and families that are homeless. The program also works to prevent individuals and families from becoming homeless.
The program funds shelter operations, case management, job training services, transportation, referrals to mental health and substance abuse treatment, motel vouchers, and assistance establishing a new residence.
Funding is available to nonprofits, local governments, and public housing authorities that serve the housing needs of homeless people and people facing homelessness.
Office of Community Development, Patrick Hart, (614) 466-8292
Approximately $14.8 million for FY 2017
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