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$48.3M awarded to homeless services programs in Maryland
$48.3M awarded to homeless services programs in Maryland

More than 200 homeless housing and service programs in Maryland will receive $48.3 million in federal grants this year, U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro announced Monday. The awards are part of $202 million in grants competitively awarded to organizations throughout the Mid-Atlantic and $1.8 billion nationwide, HUD said. About 45 percent of the federal funding, roughly $21.8 million, will go to 32 programs in Baltimore, such as Dayspring, HOPE, House of Ruth, St. Ambrose, Project PLEASE and the Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training. Sixteen organizations in Baltimore County will get $2.6 million and 15 in Anne Arundel will receive $2.4 million....