60% of homeless receiving assistance remain on the street in California, state reports

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A recent report by the state, the first of its kind, showed California has spent over $10 billion on homelessness in the last three years.

Of those assisted, 40% became house. This means that 60% remained unhoused or the state lost track of their whereabouts.

Many state leaders and constituents alike are upset by these discouraging statistics.

KUSI’s Lindsey Fukano went live with details.

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