New services help homeless transition from streets to housing

With $8.1 million in new State funding, Sacramento County is launching new services that will help 600 households resolve their homelessness and stabilize in permanent housing – at a cost of approximately $13,500 per person to re-house. Starting in June, the Flexible Housing Program (FHP) will help families and individuals transition from the streets or temporary emergency shelter to permanent housing and new lives.  Read more…

For more information about the County’s overall homelessness efforts, including the County Homeless Plan, visit the Responding to Homelessness webpage.

 

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