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HUD Allocates $2M for Fla. Veteran Housing

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The funds goes to 10 community organizations throughout the state. Nationwide, HUD is giving $18M to guidance U.S. vets facing or going through homelessness.

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Section of Housing and Urban Improvement (HUD) awarded around $18 million in HUD-Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) vouchers to 103 Public Housing Companies (PHAs) in 33 states. The funding supports veterans suffering from homelessness.

In Florida, 10 local agencies have been allotted over $2 million ($2,021,110) of that funds, or about 11% of the complete.

Florida HUD-VASH recipients

  • West Palm Seaside Housing: $97,690
  • Housing Authority of the Town of Lakeland: $60,370
  • Housing Authority of the Town of Miami Beach front: $181,395
  • Ocala Housing Authority: $110,691
  • Hialeah Housing Authority: $527,460
  • Tallahassee Housing Authority: $308,607
  • Broward County Housing Authority: $325,002
  • Delray Beach Housing Authority: $315,656
  • Indian River County Board of County Commissioners: $ 43,056
  • Citrus County Housing Services: $51,183

The spherical of allocations will aid 2,050 HUD-VASH vouchers nationally, bringing the whole selection of current HUD-VASH vouchers to 106,704.

The HUD-VASH method supplies housing and assistance companies to veterans encountering homelessness by combining rental aid from HUD with case administration and clinical companies presented by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

“The HUD-VA Supportive Housing application (VASH) has been a flagship of HUD and VA’s effort and hard work to end veteran homelessness,” says HUD Deputy Secretary Adrianne Todman. “Since its inception, VASH has aided tens of hundreds of veterans transfer from homelessness into permanent housing and acquire supportive companies along the way.”

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