Sacramento County leaders are moving forward with a set of plans designed to help the homeless.

Plans approved on Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors lay out a list of initiatives designed to reduce homelessness across the county.

Those plans would get the ball rolling on a full service shelter, improve family homelessness sheltering system, and support the strategic use of transitional housing.

The goal of the new set of plans is to improve "Sacramento County’s homeless service delivery system to produce better outcomes for persons experiencing homelessness," according to the proposal.

You can view the full 22-page proposal on “initiatives to reduce homelessness” by clicking here.

Funding for these programs increase by $5.6 million from a little more than $1.9 million to a little more than $7.5 million.