Casey Horan

Executive Director, Lamp Community

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Executive Director of Lamp Community, a Los Angeles nonprofit organization that provides housing and support services for the mentally ill homeless

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The recession is driving Americans out of their homes and into poverty, increasing the need for shelters and free food.

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The recession is driving Americans out of their homes and into poverty, increasing the need for shelters and free food.

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