Bloomington Mayor Joins Community, State, and National Leaders to Announce Grant Funding

(BLOOMINGTON) – Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton will meet with community, state. and national leader to announce grant funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to help individuals experiencing homelessness in Bloomington and Monroe County. 

The announcement will be made Thursday, at 10 a.m. in the Bloomington City Hall atrium, at 401 North Morton St., in Bloomington.

Joseph P. Galvan, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Midwest Regional Administrator will be joined by key community leaders working collaboratively to address homelessness including Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton; Elby Hilton, Director of Community Services, the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority; Emily Duke, Region 10 Chair, Indiana Balance of State Continuum of Care; Dan McNeely, Director of Supportive Housing, Centerstone of Indiana; Jill Stowers, Clinical Lead Manager of Community Health, Indiana University Health Bloomington, Inc.; and Rev. Forrest Gilmore, Executive Director, Shalom Community Center, Inc.                     

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