(The Center Square) – A universal income program partially funded by the city of Denver that pays homeless people a regular stipend is eligible to migrants as long as they meet the criteria, according to the city.
The Denver Basic Income Program, which was started in 2021 with the aid of $2 million from the city of Denver, announced it will go at least six months more beginning in February 2024.
The $2 million the city gave Denver Basic Income Project in 2022 was “earmarked for women, families and transgender and gender non-conforming individuals,” according to a city statement to The Center Square. The Denver Basic Income project was open to anyone who met the eligibility requirements. It is funded by public and private money.
The Denver Basic Income Project is the largest program in the country that pays homeless people cash payments. The Denver Basic Income