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Homeless Shelters to Receive Millions in Federal Aid

Homeless Shelters to Receive Millions in Federal Aid



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(KSL News) Utah's homeless shelters are about to get a big boost from the federal government.

Some $6.8 million will be given to the state in the coming year to fund the programs--an increase of eight percent.

The money will come from the Department of Housing and Urban Development in a series of grants to fund temporary, transitional and permanent housing projects.

In addition, almost $1 million will go to fund emergency shelters in the state.

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