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2018

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In Measure H Funding, Hope For the Homeless College Student

Majeedah Wesley was less than two months into her education at Long Beach City College when she became part of a growing statistic among the ranks of college students in the United States. She was homeless, more than 400 miles…

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Where do the homeless sleep? LA County now knows

A snapshot of where homeless people sleep in 210 communities across Los Angeles County was released Friday, and showed that skid row posted the highest population overall while several communities such as San Marino reported no one who was homeless…

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Once Homeless, Now He Drives Change for Others

Terrence Pierre, one of more than 1,000 new employees being hired by nonprofit organizations with Measure H funds to expand homeless services, is a man on a mission. As a member of LAHSA’s Homeless Engagement Team, he works the streets…

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Quarterly Report 8: Homeless services improve in january

The Homeless Initiative’s eighth quarterly report shows that Measure H is already gaining traction across all dimensions of the County’s fight against homelessness. Thousands of families and individuals—including veterans and young people—have been directly helped with permanent housing, rental subsidies,…

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Vet Finds Security

Ms. ltzel B. is a service veteran who became homeless after receiving a 90-day notice from her landlord who wanted to sell the apartment complex. She was not able to secure a new home in time and ended up on…

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