An unprecedented state program is already fulfilling its promise to house the most vulnerable

Over 120 hotels and motels have been converted into affordable housing developments in California, housing 8,260 people who were previously experiencing homelessness. Known as Homekey, the state-funded program was initially meant to quickly house vulnerable populations in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Funding for the next two years has already been approved for what advocates are calling “Homekey 2.0.”

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