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South LA Youth Winter Shelter Opens 12.01.17

Beginning 12.01.17, the South LA TAY Shelter will be open and offering Homeless Youth ages 18-25  a safe bed for the night. Located at 2514 W. Vernon Avenue, Los Angeles it will open daily from  5pm-7am. Please call 800-548-6047 or 323-750-7177 for more information. Rides to shelter offered daily from 3 locations: CRCD: 4774 S. […]

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Anti-NIMBYs see hope in West LA project

https://www.scpr.org/news/2017/11/09/77553/anti-nimbys-see-hope-in-west-la-project/ Rina Palta | November 9, 2017 Proposition HHH passed a year ago, providing $1.2 billion in affordable housing funds over a decade. But an outstanding question has been if neighborhoods would accept construction projects.David McNew/Getty Images The city of L.A.’s struggle to find willing neighborhoods for homeless housing developments hope they have something of […]

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A homeless man takes food from a trash can in Los Angeles' Skid Row area, home to the nation's largest concentration of homeless people, Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, in Los Angeles. At least 10 cities have declared official states of emergency, and California declared a statewide emergency due to a hepatitis A outbreak linked to homeless encampments. Comparisons are being made to conditions more commonly seen in Third World countries. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

LA County homeless encampments to get toilets and wash basins as hepatitis A threat looms Susan Abram

h ttp://www.dailynews.com/2017/11/28/la-county-homeless-encampments-to-get-toilets-and-wash-basins-as-hepatitis-a-threat-looms/amp/PUBLISHED: November 28, 2017 at 6:26 pm | UPDATED: November 29, 2017 at 6:44 pm Categories: Local News, News A homeless man takes food from a trash can in Los Angeles’ Skid Row area, home to the nation’s largest concentration of homeless people, Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, in Los Angeles. At least 10 cities […]

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Homewalk 2017

On Sat. 11.18.17, nearly 10,000 Angelenos came together and walked to raise $1 million to end homelessness in L.A. County! United Way’s 2017 Homewalk is over but the need for housing continues- We all need to continue to advocate for building supportive housing in all areas of the city. SAY #YESTOHOUSING   

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