County Supervisors unanimously vote to prevent seniors form losing their homes
Excerpt from KUSI News
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“We want to keep San Diego residents in their homes,” Anderson said. “Many older adults living on fixed incomes are having to make the choice between paying rent and covering necessary expenses such as food, transportation, and medical costs. Early prevention programs, like this one, lead to better life outcomes and long-term cost savings.”
Anderson and Lawson-Remer said a “relatively modest” amount of rental assistance could be the difference between an older adult staying in their home or experiencing homelessness.