More than 100 people show up for a bed every night at the armys emergency shelter, a 1926 building on the corner of Henderson and Florida avenues. We dont just want to take people in for the night and kick them out in the morning, Miller said. That means we have to provide services to them as soon as they walk in; we have to make sure we engage them. The decision to cut transitional housing was expected after the army was among several Hillsborough nonprofit groups hit by the loss of $800,000 in federal funding in May. The accommodation was intended to keep at-risk populations from becoming homeless until they find a permanent home. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development now favors programs that put homeless people in permanent housing and then provides them with the social services they need. The army has already scaled down its transitional housing and will find permanent places for the final nine people still in the program, Miller said. In some ways, the group is still in transition after its decision to end 40 years as the countys probation services provider in 2015. jobThat came after the army lost its Pinellas County contract because of concerns that 12 percent of probationer fees were going to the charitys state headquarters.
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