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August 2018

CBS News: 7,400 LA Homeless Now In Permanent Housing Through Measure H, Officials Say 1024 512 admin

CBS News: 7,400 LA Homeless Now In Permanent Housing Through Measure H, Officials Say

More than 7,400 homeless people in Los Angeles County have attained permanent housing thanks to Measure H, according to a report released Friday. About 7,448 people are in permanent housing since Measure H began in July 2017, according to numbers from the L.A. County…

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KNX: LA County Launching Outreach Primed to Help Thousands of Homeless 775 425 admin

KNX: LA County Launching Outreach Primed to Help Thousands of Homeless

Los Angeles County is launching a new effort to get help to the tens of thousands of homeless people living in the area. Now, if you see someone on the street who needs help, but it’s not an emergency, you can…

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LAT: County launches online system to connect homeless people with assistance 1024 512 admin

LAT: County launches online system to connect homeless people with assistance

When someone spots a homeless person who needs help, there are many places to call: The police, a City Council office, a homeless services provider such as PATH, the L.A. City 311 line, or the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority.…

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Measure H Year-One Report Card: Nearly 7,500 Permanently Housed and Thousands More Helped with Interim Housing and Services 1024 512 admin

Measure H Year-One Report Card: Nearly 7,500 Permanently Housed and Thousands More Helped with Interim Housing and Services

Results of the first full year of Measure H funding are in, demonstrating widespread progress as services ramped up and thousands of individuals and families were housed temporarily or permanently. Significantly, 7,448 homeless families and individuals are now in permanent…

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LA CURBED: Councilmember’s field office will offer safe parking for homeless residents 920 613 admin

LA CURBED: Councilmember’s field office will offer safe parking for homeless residents

A parking lot for Councilmember Mike Bonin’s field office at the West LA Civic Center will be turned into a safe parking site for homeless Angelenos living in their cars. The pilot program was endorsed last night by the West…

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LAT: L.A. County to expand mobile shower program for homeless people 1024 576 admin

LAT: L.A. County to expand mobile shower program for homeless people

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to expand a pilot program to offer homeless people access to hygiene via mobile showers. The motion approved by the board will set aside up to $200,000 from Homeless Initiative funds…

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The transformational power of employment

Eddie is a 45-year-old who was homeless with long-term unemployment and previous substance use disorder when he enrolled into a job readiness program at Chrysalis. He worked in Chrysalis Works, a one-year transitional job program in street maintenance. Working in…

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An answer to a prayer

Ms. Jamiesha Tillman was a survivor of domestic violence, which caused her to leave her housing unit prematurely, along with her four children. They stayed with family and friends as long as they could, then resorted to staying in Ms.…

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Measure H helps vet find security 1024 513 admin

Measure H helps vet find security

Mr. Davis stayed at West Side Vets in Inglewood for seven years after declining health issues forced him and his family into homelessness. He faced three challenges; finding property owners who would accept Section 8 vouchers, owners who requested a…

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After 20 years, Carlos Romero has a home 1024 512 admin

After 20 years, Carlos Romero has a home

Carlos Romero had been homeless in the Tujunga Wash for over 20 years. He was invisible to the world until an Intensive Case Management Services (ICMS) Street Based Engagement team found and engaged him. The medical doctor on the team…

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