Northeast Ohio Counties Get Money To Fight Homelessness Among Veterans

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By wcpn.ideastream.org
Cuyahoga County has received more than $2 million to help stop homelessness among military veterans.  The Department of Veteran Affairs grant is part of a nationwide effort to help put homeless veterans and their families into permanent housing. From Ohio Public Radio station WKSU, Kevin Niedermier reports.
The funding for Cuyahoga County will be used for support services to prepare homeless veterans for housing.
Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless director Brian Davis says concentrated efforts like this in recent years have reduced the county’s homeless veteran population to about 200.
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