David Saks: HUD AWARDS $1.8 BILLION FOR HOMELESS PROGRAMS

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HUD AWARDS $1.8 BILLION FOR HOMELESS PROGRAMS

 

 

State

# of Local Homeless Programs Funded

Total Funding

Alaska

28

$ 3,676,398

Alabama

78

$16,844,653

Arkansas

31

$4,923,250

Arizona

120

$39,258,830

California

1001

$307,573,759

Colorado

91

$25,814,762

Connecticut

166

$39,109,836

District of Columbia

68

$21,213,697

Delaware

26

$6,745,030

Florida

380

$84,255,169

Georgia

185

$37,071,955

Guam

8

$1,346,148

Hawaii

45

$11,620,000

Iowa

55

$8,346,433

Idaho

45

$4,076,606

Illinois

448

$100,101,004

Indiana

109

$16,411,898

Kansas

61

$9,158,715

Kentucky

104

$19,006,587

Louisiana

182

$31,585,302

Massachusetts

334

$69,697,825

Maryland

237

$48,362,263

Maine

38

$ 10,408,035

Michigan

325

$67,691,167

Minnesota

222

$28,929,712

Missouri

133

$29,676,813

Mississippi

40

$5,527,884

Montana

23

$2,648,499

North Carolina

184

$21,174,515

North Dakota

23

$2,173,491

Nebraska

53

$7,652,645

New Hampshire

68

$6,622,195

New Jersey

272

$38,088,939

New Mexico

59

$9,324,895

Nevada

51

$14,798,196

New York

678

$191,794,858

Ohio

332

$88,254,349

Oklahoma

72

$7,830,616

Oregon

135

$26,694,306

Pennsylvania

568

$92,425,789

Puerto Rico

71

$19,301,084

Rhode Island

41

$5,262,197

South Carolina

66

$9,787,199

South Dakota

7

$1,225,381

Tennessee

162

$21,574,617

Texas

267

$77,942,382

Utah

63

$8,468,719

Virginia

171

$26,943,739

Virgin Island

2

$133,218

Vermont

26

$3,731,788

Washington

217

$48,190,412

Wisconsin

105

$22,621,452

West Virginia

71

$7,232,708

Wyoming

5

$327,002

TOTAL

8352

$1,810,658,922

 

HUD AWARDS $1.8 BILLION FOR LOCAL HOMELESS PROGRAMS

Funding supports goal to prevent and end homelessness

                                                 

            WASHINGTON – U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Julián Castro today awarded $1.8 billion in grants to help nearly 8,400 local homeless housing and service programs across the U.S., Puerto Rico, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands (see attached chart).   The Continuum of Care grants announced today support the Administration’s efforts to end homelessness by providing critically needed housing and support services to individuals and families experiencing homelessness across the country.

 View a complete list of all the state and local homeless projects awarded funding.

            “It’s a national shame that anyone would call the streets their home,” said Castro.  “Working with our local partners, we’re redoubling our efforts to support permanent housing solutions for our veterans and those experiencing long-term chronic homelessness.  We’re also focused on providing targeted assistance to families and young people who are falling between the cracks. As a nation, we can and must end homelessness.”




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Comment balloon 6 commentsDavid Saks • January 29 2015 05:31AM

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Great information...thanks for sharing it with us...interesting to see the state break down

Posted by Kristin Johnston - REALTOR®, Giving Back With Each Home Sold! (RE/MAX Realty Center ) almost 5 years ago

As long as the funds aren't mismanaged, like they are routinely, the resources should provide help to those who deserve it, Kristin Johnston, Waukesha Realtor 414-254-6647 . Thanks.

Posted by David Saks ((retired)) almost 5 years ago

Good to see a sizeable amount coming to Washington. Thanks David

Posted by Julie Baldino, Opening Doors to New Chapters... (Front Door Realty) almost 5 years ago

Thank you, Julie Baldino . Hope you're having a fine morning.

Posted by David Saks ((retired)) almost 5 years ago

Is this good, or bad?  These Homeless People are fellow human beings, their homelessness may be due to situations, health issues, or circumstances beyond their control.  If the $$$ helps these people, then good.

But if the money goes to salaries and perks for bureaucrats and CEO's who "administrate" programs for the homeless, then it is bad.

Posted by Fred Griffin, on leave of absence from ActiveRain, Licensed Florida Real Estate Broker (Fred Griffin Real Estate) almost 5 years ago

I agree, Fred. I've seen many cases involving misappropriation of HUD resources by stewards assigned to manage programs for the needy. Thanks.

Posted by David Saks ((retired)) almost 5 years ago

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