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Update: Funding Received to Help Homeless Families, Disabled, and Low-Income Residents Gain Housing in Wenatchee

Funding has been finalized on a 67-unit affordable housing complex for homeless families with children, people with disabilities, and low-income residents in Wenatchee. Catholic Charities Housing Services received a little under $13 million through the Washington State Housing Finance Commission’s Low-Income Housing Tax Credits. The project is now a reality because of the collaboration of a network of funding partners. THANKS goes to: The City of Wenatchee, Women's Resource Center, the Housing Authority of Chelan County & the City of Wenatchee, Beacon Development Group, the Wenatchee Affordable Housing Task Force, the Homeless Steering Committee, Senator Parlette, North Central Accountable Communities of Health, Confluence Health, the Chelan Douglas Health District, Catholic Charities Serving Central Washington, Molina Health Care, Coordinated Care, Amerigroup, Chelan County Commissioners, Representative Michael Steele, Representative Cary Condotta, the Washington State Housing Trust Fund and the Washington State Housing Finance Commission.