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$12 million awarded to combat homelessness in Rochester (access required)

The Department of Housing and Urban Development announced today a total of $12 million in grants to local agencies fighting homelessness in Rochester. The money comes through the Continuum of Care Program, which grants funds to the highest-performing agencies. The funding comes at a time when homelessness has seen an uptick nationally. From 2016 to 2017, ...

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