Mercy House Receives $100,000 in Funding
The Mercy House, a re-housing project in the Shenandoah Valley, will be a beneficiary of $2.2 million in total state funding going towards 30 projects across Virginia.
Governor Northam announced the Homeless Reduction Grants, made possible through the Virginia Housing Trust Fund. The grants will support 16 rapid re-housing projects, 12 existing permanent supportive housing projects, and the pre-development of two permanent supportive housing projects. $100,000 of the total funding will go towards the Mercy House, which serves Clarke, Frederick, Page, Rockingham, Shenandoah, and Warren counties and the cities of Winchester and Harrisonburg.
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