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UNC School of Social Work nets $1 million grant for Tiny Homes Village


The UNC School of Social Work has been awarded a $1 million, two-year grant from the Oak Foundation to help fund the construction of the Tiny Homes Village, a demonstration project designed to create a new form of affordable housing for people with mental illnesses and other health conditions. The village will also support and house veterans in need. (UNC.edu)

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