National Church Residences' Home and Community Services captures $10.5 Million in HUD service coordination grants

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National Church Residences announced that its Home and Community Services program captured 46 social service coordination grants, totaling $10.5 million. Funding is provided through the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development. “HUD's support of our service coordination program will allow National Church Residences to substantially increase our level of service to scores of low-income senior housing residents across the country,” said Terry D. Allton, a spokesperson for the organization.

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