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THE GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA SUGGESTS $12 MILLION TO HOUSE THE STATE'S DESTITUTE

Monday, April 8, 2024   /   by Bob Cowan

THE GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA SUGGESTS $12 MILLION TO HOUSE THE STATE'S DESTITUTE



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In order to develop an estimated 46,000 housing units, Newsom's proposal calls for spending $8.75 billion over two years, building on a program he started last year to convert motels and other properties into dwellings.



SAN DIEGO: Encouraged by a substantial budget surplus and an abundance of federal  Epidemic relief funds,  Gov. Gavin of California Tuesday, Newsom suggested $12 billion to obtain more individuals encountering homeless people moving into their own homes and off the streets.



In Newsom's plan, $8.75 billion would be allocated over two years to establish an estimated 46,000 dwelling units, building upon a scheme he initiated to turn hotels and other businesses into homes last year. Almost half The funds would support housing in locations where individuals with mental Services for behavioral health and other difficulties can be obtained on-site.




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Additionally, Newsom suggested allocating $3.5 billion for rental assistance housing and refuge is an effort to eradicate family homelessness within five years. Families with children could benefit from it by not losing their houses in the first place or assist them in finding shelter without having to spend days or weeks or waiting list months.



"As governor, my goal is to actually implement changes rather than continue talking about this for ten years," Newsom stated during a press conference held at a former San Diego Residence Inn that has been transformed into homes for 177 individuals who were once homeless.
"What's happening on our streets and sidewalks is unacceptable," he stated.
 
This year, the Democratic governor, who is up for recall, seized on the two problems of affordable housing and homelessness early in his first governor's tenure. The most populous state in the country has an estimated. More people than in any other state—161,000—are homeless. Proponents claim that due to a lack of available housing, they are unable to accommodate people promptly enough apartments and exorbitant rentals.
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