The annual count of San Diego County’s homeless population found 9,116 people living on the streets or in shelters, a 5 percent increase from last year. Results were released Thursday from the Point-in-Time Count held in the early morning hours of January 27, 2017. The effort is organized by the Regional Task Force on the […]
One Poway resident wasn’t sure where to turn when home repairs began to build. He found a solution in a program that offers loans and grants to help with these fixes. There are specific requirements with this program. To see if you qualify please call (858) 694-4847 or find more information online.
Residents and non-profits working in the unincorporated area of the county are encouraged to propose projects that benefit low- and moderate-income residents as long as the projects align with the County’s Consolidated Plan.
The County of San Diego and its many partners are looking for landlords who are willing to rent apartments to help house 130 people who are currently homeless.
Project One For All will help place people who are homeless and have serious mental illness in treatment services paired with supportive housing.
Some 200 homeless people who are unsheltered on any given night in the County’s unincorporated areas will soon have access to a new hotel/motel voucher program during strong El Niño storms and life-threatening weather.
An effort to bring more than 40 affordable housing units to San Marcos hit a milestone with a groundbreaking Thursday for Eastgate Apartments.