Board of Supervisors Approves $28 Million in Investments to Address Homelessness

New Shelter Beds

  • Community Bridges will receive $7,558,372 in funding to construct and service 100 new shelter beds to serve men and women experiencing homelessness
  • Tempe Community Action Agency will receive $6 million to fund the construction of 80 new shelter beds for emergency and bridge housing
  • The Society of St. Vincent de Paul will receive $6 million in funding to construct 100 new shelter beds.
  • UMOM will receive $1,441,628 in funding to construct and service 72 new shelter beds, catering to the unique needs of families experiencing homelessness.

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