Texas Gets Nearly $10.5M In HUD Homeless Grants

FORT WORTH (AP) — More than a dozen Texas communities will share nearly $10.5 million in federal grants to support programs for the homeless.

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced the funds Tuesday afternoon.

The HUD money goes to projects in Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, El Paso, Galveston, Georgetown, Houston, Killeen, Longview, Mount Pleasant, Richmond, San Antonio, Sherman, Waco and Wichita Falls.

HUD authorities say the money is meant to help provide emergency shelter, transitional housing and permanent support for individuals and families.

The Texas funds are part of about $201 million in grants awarded nationwide.

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  1. Jake34 says:

    How did this happen? I thought Rick Perry was totally and 100% against government intervention and federal monies.

  2. altha says:

    Rick Perry has something else in mind and it’s not the homeless.

  3. susan says:

    hmmm..remember mr perry who wanted to secede from the union saying texas didnt need federal funds??? what an idiot!..the same applies to other republican candidates who think federal assistance of any kind is ridculous..i guess our tax money is meant only to pay elected officials salries!!

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