SB 1010 Parolees: Supportive Housing Pilot Program
status: sb 1010 WAS SENT TO THE ASSEMBLY APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE SUSPENSE FILE on 8/8/2018, THE BILL IS SET ASIDE FOR A LATER HEARING DATE (TO BE DETERMINED).
This bill creates a supportive housing pilot program for mentally ill parolees who are homeless or at risk of homelessness using existing funding. While there are already programs that provide a similar service, this bill focuses on the issue of mentally ill parolees specifically at risk of homelessness.
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