Hemet City Council brings City Net aboard to help reduce the growing homeless population in the city

Hemet City Council approved an agreement with City Net, a growing organization providing outreach to the homeless including offers of shelter and health care, that will include the rental or lease of 10 apartment units to the city for those seeking housing help. The City Net agreement for street outreach and engagement plus emergency shelter or bridge housing for the homeless is for 10-months at a cost of just under $1.2 million. A City Net representative at the council’s Tuesday, Oct. 26, meeting said a portion of the funding may be available through the federal American Rescue Plan Act funds created during the COVID-19 crisis. The remaining cost could come from the city’s supplement appropriations made to meet the 9th District Court’s Martin v. Boise case decision that a city mu
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