The long 105-day state legislative session ended on Sunday, April 23. While budgets were tight this year as revenue is down, there were still a lot of wins for students, youth, and families experiencing homelessness:
We are extremely grateful that legislators included this additional funding for HSSP and WYFF because it means that school districts and community-based organizations across the state will have more resources to support students, youth, and families experiencing homelessness. We also appreciate the significant support we received from partners, grantees, and advocates across the state who took action and helped us advance our funding requests this session. Thank you!