DENVER (KDVR) — Federal grants totaling more than $6 million will be presented to the City and County of Denver early next month in order to help with the homeless issue plaguing the city.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury announced a Social Impact Partnership to Pay for Results Act Project grant for $5,512,000 and a SIPPRA Independent Evaluator grant for $826,800 will be on the table for Denver’s Housing to Health program.
“This investment will allow more Denver residents, who are experiencing homelessness, to receive basic housing and health services, which will make a substantial difference in the lives of these individuals and provide benefits to the…
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