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$46M Funding Boost for Episcopal Community Services to House 730 Homeless Individuals in San Francisco

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San Francisco might give $46 million to Episcopal Community Services to house 730 homeless people.

San Francisco Considers $46M Funding Boost for Episcopal Community Services to Aid Homeless Housing Efforts

San Francisco is considering approving an additional $46 million in funding for two contracts aimed at helping the homeless find housing. The contracts, with Episcopal Community Services were discussed at a recent Board of Supervisors meeting, according to the report of Just The News.

Episcopal Community Services, a nonprofit, would receive $16.7 million to help 600 homeless individuals find housing. The organization plans to use the funding to hire more staff and assist with obtaining important documents.

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San Francisco Extends Episcopal Community Services Contract

The city is also extending a contract with Episcopal Community Services for $29.5 million to help 130 homeless individuals with housing. Mayor London Breed has proposed fully funding programs to support homeless families.

San Francisco faces a significant homelessness problem, with 7,750 people reported as homeless in 2022. Despite efforts to address the issue, challenges remain.

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