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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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L.A. County Homeless Report 2017

LA County Homelessness Soars

by Gale Holland and Doug Smith,  May 31, 2017 Los Angeles County’s homeless population has soared 23% over last year despite increasing success in placing people in housing, according to the latest annual count released Wednesday. The sharp rise, to nearly 58,000, suggested that the pathway into homelessness continues to outpace intensifying efforts that — […]

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Marian Wright Edelman: Summertime, When The Livin’ Is Hard For Hungry Children

Summertime, and the livin’ is easy Fish are jumpin’ and the cotton is high Oh your daddy’s rich and your ma is good-lookin’ So hush, little ba… Read more: u.s. News , U.S. Government Resources, Homelessness, Nutrition, Non-Profit Organizations, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Children’s Defense Fund, Journal of Food Science, Summer Food Service Program, Impact […]

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