3. In the Region: HHSA Committee Approves Office of Homeless Services Request to Receive Federal Funding The Health, Human Services and Aging Committee of Cuyahoga County Council voted to approve a request by the Office of Homeless Services to receive a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that would be dedicated to meeting the needs of the County's most vulnerable residents. The grant will go towards supporting the construction of housing projects for members of the County's homeless population, in particular individuals with a mental illness and/or who face large hurdles in finding sustainable employment and housing.
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