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A new report from the Terner Center for Housing Innovation shows the impact and potential of California’s Homekey Program, which funds the conversion of hotels and other properties for use as interim or permanent housing for people experiencing homelessness. 

The report, California’s Homekey Program: Unlocking Housing Opportunities for People Experiencing Homelessness, makes clear what it will take for Homekey to become the long-term solution the State needs it to be: “The single biggest obstacle to the long-term success of Homekey is the lack of operating funds to support property management, maintenance, security, and resident services.”

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