Mollie Lowery

Housing Works

Guest

Development director for Housing Works, an outreach to the chronically homeless; founder and former executive director of LAMP Community, a nonprofit organization located in Skid Row

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Los Angeles County provides health services to hundreds of thousands of people. The annual cost is $8 billion.

Unifying Health Services in a County Divided

Los Angeles County provides health services to hundreds of thousands of people. The annual cost is $8 billion.

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This week, for the first time ever, Los Angeles put a dollar amount on its homeless problem: $100 million.

LA Puts a Price Tag on Homelessness: $100 Million a Year

This week, for the first time ever, Los Angeles put a dollar amount on its homeless problem: $100 million.

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