The vision of the Serna Village is to give people a second chance, but it has lost $250,000 of federal funding for this year, putting its future in question. It is not the only successful local homeless program losing funds. Mather Community Campus in Rancho Cordova lost $2.6 million in federal money for the coming year.
The vision of the Serna Village is to give people a second chance, but it has lost $250,000 of federal funding for this year, putting its future in question. It is not the only successful local homeless program losing funds. Mather Community Campus in Rancho Cordova lost $2.6 million in federal money for the coming year. Jose Luis Villegas Bee file 2007
The vision of the Serna Village is to give people a second chance, but it has lost $250,000 of federal funding for this year, putting its future in question. It is not the only successful local homeless program losing funds. Mather Community Campus in Rancho Cordova lost $2.6 million in federal money for the coming year. Jose Luis Villegas Bee file 2007

Serna Village in jeopardy because of requirement that homeless people get sober first

February 24, 2017 3:23 PM

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