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MEDFORD, Ore. – Two communities in southern Oregon will receive state funding to build affordable housing for veterans and people with mental illness. Oregon Housing and Community Services announced nearly $16 million to build 435 affordable rental homes across Oregon. “Many of our friends and neighbors are struggling to pay rent and take care of their families,” said OHCS Director Margaret Salazar. “These developments will provide relief to hundreds of families in communities large and small. We appreciate the hard work and dedication of our local partners in bringing forward these innovative housing solutions.”
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