Archive | June, 2017

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San Gabriel development for homeless won’t happen

At the moment, families and individuals on the verge of homelessness reside in the motel.; Credit: Maya Sugarman/KPCC Rina PaltaA controversial proposal to turn an old motel near Temple City into housing for homeless will not go through. Mercy Housing, a nonprofit developer, had planned on converting the Golden Motel on Rosemead Blvd. into apartments […]

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Towards a Canadian Youth Homelessness Data Dashboard

The Homeless Hub Blog- Authors: Stephen Gaetz & Melanie Redman June 14, 2017 Over the last months we’ve discussed Collective Impact at length here on the Hub. A Way Home as a coalition and the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness (a founding coalition member) support communities to have the tools they need to develop and implement […]

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People participate in a Resist March that replaced the annual Pride Parade in Los Angeles, California, U.S., June 11, 2017. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

June is GAY Pride Month

June is Gay Pride Month and around the nation thousands of marchers walked for the protection and understanding of LGBTQ rights. 30- 40% of homeless youth are LGBT; Family rejection family abuse were the most common factors contributing to LGBT homelessness.- See more at: https://williamsinstitute.law.ucla.edu/press/americas-shame-40-of-homeless-youth-are-lgbt-kids/#sthash.aqsDjXcu.dpuf

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