O.C. housing agencies face hurdles fulfilling ‘unprecedented’ number of housing vouchers before they expire
- April 13, 2022
- Rachel Goldberg and Dave Snow, Daily Pilot, April 13, 2022
A 2017 study by UC Irvine, Jamboree Housing and Orange County United Way found that it costs twice as much for someone to live on the street than to house them. The county committed in 2018 to add 2,700 permanent supportive housing units by June 2025. So far, 395 permanent supportive housing units have been completed toward that goal. Another 559 are under construction and 350 other units are in the process of being funded.
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