COLUMBUS – State Representative Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) is proud to announce the allocation of $513,800 to the Beatitude House located in Mahoning County.
“It is important that we continue to help those in low-income situations get back their feet and these funds coming to Mahoning Country provided a great opportunity for us to help those from the Valley who are in need of support,” said Cutrona.
This funding will help provide transitional and permanent supportive housing for homeless, disabled single males, females, and households with children, with household incomes at or below 35% of the area median income in Mahoning County.
The $513,800 will be allocated to the Beatitude House in two separate ways. First, $124,800 will be used to offer transitional housing by providing 24 beds which are expected to serve 35 households during a two-year period.
The remaining $389,000 will be allocated to provide permanent supportive housing for an expected 43 households and 107 persons.