Grants Approved In Efforts to Reduce Homeless Veterans
Efforts to reduce homelessness for veterans in Michigan are getting a boost.
The Michigan State Housing Development Authority Board has approved a $2 million grant for the Michigan Veterans Foundation.
The money will support the construction of a new building to house services for veterans in Detroit.
The center will provide services for homeless and low-income veterans.
The board also approved a $750,000 grant that provides rental assistance for up to six months for homeless veterans.