Veterans Affairs is continuing its pledge to end veteran homelessness by 2015 with the release of $60 million to provide funds for local public housing agencies across the country to help veterans get into permanent supportive housing.
The Central Texas Council of Governments received 70 vouchers valued at $307,802 to provide housing through a partnership with the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System, according to information released by the two offices last week.
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