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HomeAid OrangeCounty 5h
The immediate need of a survivor fleeing domestic violence is safety. Learn about the housing HomeAid has developed to help women and children who are survivors of domestic violence.
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LagunaticMom 23h
Thank you for a very informative presentation so expertly delivered. You really know your stuff!
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End Homelessness OC 3h
Assistant Secretary , United Way CEO and OC Board Chair - federal and local government locking arms with the private sector this morning in the collective fight to
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Lester V. Mackenzie... Nov 13
issues, 13% cite physical health & 7% cite release from jail and /or prison. Let us indeed explore the solutions together and with and all our interfaith partners. Ann, Ronell, Monica and Brian, I see you.
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Kaiser Permanente OC Nov 14
KPOC is a proud supporter in HomeAid Orange County . Learn about the medical needs of the homeless and the effect that being homeless has on health. Act by helping to provide hot meals to youth at risk.
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Brenda Bos 20h
Orange County entities spend about $100k per chronic homeless person per year (mostly health care). Permanent supportive housing (house and wraparound services) costs about $52k per year. Housing first model makes so much $$ sense.
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Becks Heyhoe 17h
Fantastic 2nd night of Homelessness 101! 170 people attended at St Paul’s Tustin! Thank u , , Brad from 4 being a part of the program & Rev Key & Rev Laura 4 hosting! Together we can&we will through
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Brenda Bos 20h
45% of chronic homeless in Orange County report being in fair/poor health.
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Life Justice Peace 22h
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M. Beckett-Maines Nov 13
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Becks Heyhoe Nov 13
Such great news!! Thank you , and the leadership of the Board of Supervisors for making this happened! Together we can and we will
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Ami Lief Nov 13
Education can make a huge impact in communities. Come learn how you can be part of the solution at a Homelessness 101 near you!
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End Homelessness OC 18h
“We cannot respect the dignity of every human being and watch as people live and die on our streets" - Rev. Deacon Laura Siriani at tonight’s Homelessness 101 class at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Tustin
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Brenda Bos 20h
25% of the nation's homeless live in California, while California has 12% of the nation's population.
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Brenda Bos 8h
We think drugs and alcohol mixed with laziness or recklessness is what causes homelessness. The real reasons may surprise you.
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Becks Heyhoe Nov 13
One attendees thoughts of or Homelessness 101 class tonight! Two more classes coming up this week for check for the links and come join us!
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Volunteer Network OC 17h
Such a great event tonight with unitedtoendhomelessness and 👏👏👏 I’m In!!!👍 How about you!?!
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Life Justice Peace Nov 11
Together, we CAN end homelessness in Orange County. As the we are proud to support United to End Homelessness and encourage you to learn more and get involved.
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Becks Heyhoe 6h
"Putting people into housing is cheaper and better." when it comes to addressing and ending homelessness Assistant Secretary with this morning at our breakfast mtg with . We need more so we can
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LagunaticMom 23h
I highly recommend getting to a presentation to find out the facts about homelessness in Orange County & the country.
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