"Mayor's Office Launches New Program To Help House Those Who Are Homeless In Baltimore City" on WJZ 13

The safest place to be during the COVID-19 pandemic is in your own home. With federal Emergency Solutions Grants COVID-19 (ESG-CV) funding, MOHS and Baltimore’s Continuum of Care launched the updated Rapid Rehousing program to move people experiencing homelessness from congregate settings to their own housing. The program has made over 130 housing offers so far in 2021.

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