Tempe opens a door to affordable housing

LeVon Lamy, Tempe’s housing manager, and Naomi Farrell,
City of Tempe human services director, with the award the city received in recognition of its efforts to create affordable housing and address homelessness. /

Photo courtesy City of Tempe / Wrangler News

Wrangler News Staff

Mental illness and substance abuse provide a doubly disabling path for yet one more personal tragedy: homelessness.

That is why Tempe’s selection for a prestigious U.S. housing award means a lot to those behind the efforts that led to the recognition.

The city’s participation in a regional effort to house 100 people experiencing homelessness has been recognized with a 2019 Award of Merit in Affordable Housing.


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