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May 3, 2011 5:12 PM by John Romero

HIV/AIDS homeless grants coming to Colorado

DENVER (AP) - Colorado programs that help the homeless and those with HIV/AIDS have received nearly $2 million in federal grants.

The U.S. Development of Housing and Urban Development announced Monday that Colorado programs will get $1.8 million. Denver-based Del Norte Neighborhood Development Corp. will get nearly $1.5 million for two of its projects, including one that provides housing to the homeless.

Grand Valley Catholic Outreach in Grand Junction has received about $251,000 and the Colorado Springs Homeward Pikes Peak has received nearly $149,000.

 

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