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HUD To Give $3 Million To Address Homelessness

HUD is giving $3 Million in funds to Fulton County to combat homelessness and come up with housing opportunities for people.

February 13, 2024

Fulton County- The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is giving more than $2.8 Million to Fulton County to assist the government in caring for the homeless population in the country.

The funds will be used to renew and expand projects in their continuum of care program. The main aim of the program is to reduce unsheltered homelessness in Fulton County.

Director of Fulton County, Stanley Wilson said, “We are appreciative of HUD’s approval to fund all renewal housing program applicants as well as approving funding to expand three of the programs. These programs and HUD’s funding are critical to our efforts to reduce unsheltered homelessness throughout the Fulton County Continuum of Care”.

The officials revealed that they will be using the funding towards specific location projects along with the programs.

The projects that were given funds include Partnership for Domestic Violence, Safe House, CaringWorks Fulton Rise, CaringWorks MOVE, and Partnership for Domestic Violence Expansion – FY23.

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Sachs Sam. “Fulton County gets almost $3 million from HUD to address homelessness”. WSB TV, February 13, 2024,
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