L.A. County Homeless Program Moves to Skid Row To Better Address Health Care Needs
This week, a Los Angeles County health program, called Housing for Health, is relocating to the heart of skid row in an effort to reduce the area's homeless population and improve residents' health. The $18 million program will move to the ground floor of a $40 million, 100-unit apartment building for homeless people.
- "Health Agency Moving to Skid Row To Aid Homeless" (Holland, Los Angeles Times, 10/8).
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