By Elisabeth Smith

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento leaders unveiled a new roadmap for the city’s homeless crisis Monday.

The city has received $62 million from the state and federal government to address homelessness and the shortage of affordable housing.

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The plan includes money for re-housing people currently living in motels or tiny homes, as well as ways to prevent future evictions.

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“We will remain fiercely committed to making this unacceptable situation better, better, thousands of people indoors, thousands of people avoiding homelessness,” Mayor Darrell Steinberg said.

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The spending plan will go before the city council Tuesday night.