Laura Dubbels

Housing & Human Services Manager, City of Santa Barbara

Housing & Human Services Manager, City of Santa Barbara

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As California continues to find ways to address homelessness, one approach has been to give out grants to local governments and nonprofits.

New money to help the homeless in Santa Barbara

As California continues to find ways to address homelessness, one approach has been to give out grants to local governments and nonprofits.

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