Tag: Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA)

Giorgio, Village regular, still in need of help

Giorgio, Village regular, still in need of help

| March 3, 2022 | 0 Comments

“I read your article on Giorgio [the Larchmont Chronicle published articles on Giorgio in February and September 2021] and wondered if you could help me.” So began the email I received in mid-January from a concerned Larchmont resident who wishes to remain anonymous. “He has been sleeping in my driveway every night and we cannot […]

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When counting the numbers, numbers don’t always count

When counting the numbers, numbers don’t always count

| September 2, 2020 | 0 Comments

Homelessness is on the rise. People are living on the streets, in tents and in their cars more than ever before. We don’t need data and statistics to know the sad truth of what we see every day driving and walking the streets of Los Angeles. Yet, a complex, data-based numbers game takes place every […]

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City library near Sunset Blvd. to be ‘bridge’ housing for women

City library near Sunset Blvd. to be ‘bridge’ housing for women

| November 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

One year after a November 2017 announcement by Councilman David Ryu and the City of Los Angeles, ground was broken (more accurately, ankle-deep debris was cleaned off the floors) to remodel a former public library building into a facility that will provide 30 beds and services for women experiencing homelessness. The “bridge housing” project on […]

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