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Pennsylvania wants more housing for the homeless, aging and poor. Here’s the state’s plan.

Overlooked communities Homelessness is expensive. In Pennsylvania, it’s become more common.

To combat this and to increase housing for Pennsylvanians who can’t afford average market-rate rent and residents in government-assisted nursing homes, the state’s Department of Human Services [DHS] today announced a five-year plan to make affordable housing easier to find.