Crossroads Rhode Island gets $495K to address homelessness; new fund created

CROSSROADS RHODE ISLAND was awarded $495,000 from the city of Providence to support a new citywide mobile diversion program for Providence residents experiencing unsheltered homelessness. / COURTESY CROSSROADS RHODE ISLAND
CROSSROADS RHODE ISLAND was awarded $495,000 from the city of Providence to support a new citywide mobile diversion program for Providence residents experiencing unsheltered homelessness. / COURTESY CROSSROADS RHODE ISLAND
PROVIDENCE – City officials, along with the Rhode Island Foundation, Providence Foundation and Crossroads Rhode Island, on Wednesday announced a new collaboration to address homelessness and creation of a dedicated fund supported in part by corporate donors. Mayor Jorge O. Elorza, City Council President John Igliozzi, Council Finance Chair Jo-Ann Ryan and Councilwoman Mary Kay…

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