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September 23, 2022 Update The County Update publishes once a week on Fridays and also as needed to share important news and resources. #SBCountyTogether In Today’s Update: • Efforts to assist residents impacted by flooding in Oak Glen, Forest Falls and Crestline continues • National Preparedness Month: Download the Ready SB County

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Bloomington, CA — San Bernardino County and Related California executives celebrated the grand opening of the third phase of an approximately 5-acre site containing 98 new affordable housing units for qualifying families. The development’s first phase, completed in 2016, featured the new 6,500- square-foot Bloomington Public Library plus 106 affordable senior and family housing

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An estimated 3,400 homeless individuals and families at imminent risk of homelessness will benefit from more than $6.6 million in state grant funding distributed today by the Board of Supervisors to 15 local agencies throughout the county. An additional $2.3 million in grant funding will be distributed to seven additional

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Learn about: Federal and State fair housing laws How to recognize and report discrimination The protections provided for individuals living with disabilities or families with children New HUD guidelines on tenants with criminal backgrounds, evictions, deposits, habitability problems, notices … and much more, during a series of fair housing workshops conducted free

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Homeless and low-income individuals and families can access a variety of supportive services and information during the Project Connect outreach event on Wednesday, Oct. 3, hosted by the San Bernardino County Homeless Partnership and collaborative partners. The event will provide free medical screenings, legal services, employment services, housing support services,

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