SAMHSA Announces $27.7M grant awards to assist people experiencing chronic homelessness
September 23, 2011
Today, SAMHSA announced the recipients of $27.7 million in federal funding to provide services for individuals experiencing chronic homelessness who also suffer from behavioral health problems and substance use disorders. 20 new grantees will be able to continue their work to reduce chronic homelessness in their communities with this three-year funding. Grantee programs are focused on reducing barriers to housing that many chronically homeless individuals face by providing housing that supports their recovery. To read more about the grantees and the work they do, please read the press release by SAMHSA linked below.