by Sharon Garcia November 08, 2019

By Kate Elizabeth Queram,
Staff Correspondent
November 8, 2019

Missed utility bills and services for the homeless can cost cities millions of dollars per year, experts said Thursday at the Urban Institute. One solution: Figure out how to help people improve their financial health.

“Efforts should make sure to include diverse groups, and can start by reaching out to smaller community organizations that are serving distinct neighborhoods, said Holly Frindell, associate director of the National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders, a Texas-based nonprofit that works to support equitable neighborhood development.”

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