Riverside County will release roughly $1.5 million in federal grant money to six non-profits in the valley.

These programs include services for homeless veterans, Jewish Family Services, a recovery center, and more.

From the Desert Sun:

Riverside County supervisors on Tuesday approved agreements between the Department of Public Social Services and a half-dozen nonprofit organizations to continue homeless assistance programs that offer transitional housing, counseling and other aid.

The board voted 4-0 – with Supervisor John Tavaglione absent – for the DPSS to release roughly $1.5 million in U.S. Housing and Urban Development grants to:

Indio-based ABC Recovery Center
Martha’s Village & Kitchen
Jewish Family Services of San Diego
Lutheran Social Services of Southern California
U.S. Veterans’ Initiative
Riverside-based MFI Recovery Center

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