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Lake County Coalition for the Homeless Announces End to Veteran Homelessness

Lake County is now among an elite group of communities throughout the nation that has officially ended veteran homelessness. Since 2015, the Lake County Coalition for the Homeless, Lake County Government, and the Lovell Federal Healthcare Center have been working as partners to quickly house veterans, improve coordination across service providers, and provide solutions to barriers that were keeping veterans homeless.

Lake County received a congratulatory letter from the federal government to recognize this extraordinary accomplishment.

Veterans comprise only a portion of the homeless population in Lake County. The Homeless Coalition and Lake County are setting their sights on the next big goal— ending chronic homelessness in Lake County by the end of the year.

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