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An artist's conception of the new Center of Hope housing unit.

The Shasta County Board of Supervisors in California has approved an application for between $2.5MM and $5MM in funding from the state's No Place Like Home program for a $22MM apartment complex for homeless individuals with a serious mental illness or at risk of homelessness. The project, which still needs to be permitted by the City of Redding and requires additional funding, will consist of 49 units, 15 of which will be designated for homeless residents with a severe mental illness, while the remaining units will be market-rate affordable apartments. The McConnell Foundation and K2 Development Companies, working under the name ADK Properties, will own the project and Hill Country Health and Wellness will provide client services.

Source: Redding Record Searchlight

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