Los Angeles County gained a lot more than $18 million from the state to obtain a lodge and two motels and change them into interim housing for folks suffering from homelessness, Gov. Gavin Newsom declared Wednesday.

The county received $5.5 million to order a 20-unit resort, which wants to be rehabilitated, and turn it into interim housing with supportive expert services for homeless households.

The county also acquired $12.9 million for the Sierra Highway Resort undertaking, which will change two adjacent motels in Lancaster into interim housing, delivering 39 models and supportive services for persons who are homeless. The governor’s office environment reported the motels want rehabilitation, but could welcome home in eight months of the funding becoming acquired.