Heidi Marston

Chief Program Officer, LA Homeless Services Authority

Chief Program Officer, LA Homeless Services Authority

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Heidi Marston is the new executive director of LAHSA.

New LA homelessness director: ‘Police officers can't be social workers’

Heidi Marston is the new executive director of LAHSA.

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The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) is the lead homelessness agency for the city and county of LA.

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The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) is the lead homelessness agency for the city and county of LA.

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