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United States : Community Partnership gets grant for housing project.

Community Partnership of Southern Arizona has received a $446,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to provide housing for homeless young adults with a behavioral health disability.

The two-year grant for the Frontiers Project will provide permanent supportive housing in Pima County for 22 homeless men and women who are members of the public behavioral health care system administered by CPSA and who have serious mental illness or substance abuse disorder.

Treatment and other behavioral health services will be offered by Community Partnership s contracted providers. The 2009 Homeless Street Count Report identified 119 homeless youth in Pima County.

Community Partnership of Southern Arizona is the Regional Behavioral Health Authority overseeing public behavioral health services in Pima, Cochise, Graham, Greenlee and Santa Cruz counties and currently has about 34,000 adult and child members.

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