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A spending plan for the federal money needs to he submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development by the end of March.
An area nonprofit is working with Provo city officials to offer hotel vouchers to people without a place to sleep. But what happens to those who are still on the streets?
In the absence of any official services from either the City of Provo or the county government, churches and nonprofits are doing what they can for the unsheltered.
While some Salt Lake City-area shelters are now allowed extra capacity, that does not mean they will be able to expand immediately.
Central Utah faces the same housing crunch as the rest of the state and the loss of an affordable housing project is an even bigger blow
Applications have been slow to come in for open job positions at the Geraldine E. King Women's Resource Center in Salt Lake City.
Out of 168 clients at the city's temporary high-needs hotel, only 22 were connected to permanent housing.
Councilmembers say the pause is necessary to find a better solution.
The latest Utah news from Monday morning, Jan. 17, 2022
A moratorium on permanent homeless shelters in Salt Lake City is set to expire in April.
Like other industries right now, homeless service providers in Salt Lake City are struggling to hire workers. That’s impacting their ability to provide people shelter from the cold.
Utah County doesn’t have an overnight shelter like Salt Lake County does. As a result, local organizations rely on a motel voucher system to give people experiencing homelessness temporary lodging when temperatures drop.