On December 14, 2021, CVS Health announced plans to invest $11.6 million to provide 171 studio apartment units of permanent supportive housing in Austin, Texas for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD), physical disabilities, youth aging out of foster care, and people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Of the 171 units, 51 will be reserved for people with disabilities. The remainder will be reserved for the local homelessness Continuum of Care Coordinated Entry prioritization system. This investment is part of CVS Health’s commitment to address racial inequity and social determinants of health in . . .
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