Victorville awards $3.2 million to local programs

By Staff Reports

(Victorville)– The City of Victorville announced Tuesday that it will award more than $3.2 million in federal grant monies from the Department of Housing and Urban Development to local service organizations and programs designed to increase economic opportunities, improve living conditions, expand affordable housing, and assist with Coronavirus response and recovery for Victorville residents.

The recipients include High Desert Homeless Services, High Desert Second Chance (pictured above), Victor Valley Family Resource Center, Community Health Action Network, Victor Valley Domestic Violence, and San Bernardino Sexual Assault Services. Additionally, monies were awarded to various City programs such as the Library, graffiti abatement program, Senior Home Repair Program, Wellness Center Campus, and the homeless shelter at Westwinds Sports Center.

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