HUD awards Salvation Army $2.89 million for housing

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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) recently awarded The Salvation Army in Southern California nearly $3,000,000 for its housing programs.

Divisional Commander Major Paul R. Seiler stated, “These awards reflect The Salvation Army’s commitment to helping homeless individuals and families transition into a life of self-sufficiency.”

The grants are part of HUD’s Supportive Housing Program, and will support the following programs:
Alegria: transitional and permanent housing for families with HIV/AIDS—granted $360,501; Bell Shelter: transitional housing for individuals, including those dealing with mental health or addictive disabilities—received two grants, $218,222 and $276,040.

The Haven: transitional housing for veterans—granted $169,949; Santa Fe Springs: transitional housing for women and children—received two grants, $360,501 and $174,133.

The Way In: transitional housing for teens—granted $170,271; Westwood Transitional Village: transitional housing for families—granted $221,486.

Long Beach Corps: transitional housing villages at Cabrillo—granted $216,667.

Glendale Corps: Nancy Painter House, transitional housing for homeless families—granted $86,437.

Glendale Corps: Chester Street Project, new permanent housing for disabled families—$400,000 for capital funds and $243,875 in operating/supportive services/administration funds (over three-year period), total of $643,875.

The total of all the awards is $2,899,082.

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