Tensions Rise After Shake Up In Funding To Fight Yakima Homelessness

The Imperial Apartments on S. Fourth Street have housed some of Yakima Neighborhood Health Services' medical respite units, where homeless individuals being released from the hospital can go to recuperate and receive some basic nursing care rather than being discharged directly to the street. Though Neighborhood Health sought $54,192 from the Yakima Valley Conference of Governments to continue paying for the housing, it did not receive funding this year in Yakima, Wash., Saturday, June 17, 2017. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)

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Tensions rise after shake-up in funding to fight Yakima homelessness
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