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Some Northern Arizona Non-Profits Who Deal With The Homeless Receive Federal Money

Some Northern Arizona non-profits who work with the homeless are getting some financial help from the state. Governor Doug Ducey announced a plan Tuesday to distribute near six-million dollars from a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to have Arizonans in need, combat homelessness and help ensure families and individuals keep a roof over their heads. Among the entities receiving $150-thousand dollars each include: The Salvation Army in Coconino, Navajo and Apache counties, Saint Vincent de Paul in Flagstaff, Catholic Charities of Northern Arizona and Coalition for Compassion and Justice in Prescott. Governor Ducey said in a statement, “These dollars will go toward shelter for domestic violence victims and families in need, services for pregnant women, programs leading to independent living, support for kids in out-of-home care and more.”