Orange County’s 2023-24 Budget Prioritizes Housing, Mental Health, Children’s Programs, and Public Assistance (Orange County Newsroom)

Orange County’s FY 2023-24 budget focuses on Mayor Jerry L. Demings’ “Four Pillars”: Housing and Urban Development, Mental Health, Children-Related Programs, and Human Services/Public Assistance.

Key investments include affordable housing, mental health services, children’s programs, and various human services, enhancing the quality of life for residents.

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