The San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors recently approved about $21.8 million of funding for projects to fight homelessness, including shelters, permanent supportive housing and programs for homeless veterans.

On any given night, an estimated 2,500 people are experiencing homelessness in San Joaquin County, according to a county release. Since July, the Board of Supervisors has allocated $21.8 million to homelessness projects since the start of the fiscal year, the release said. Since the 2019 fiscal year, it has approved about $72.7 million for homelessness projects, the release said.

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