Rebecca Isaacs

Executive Director, Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority

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Executive Director of the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority

Rebecca Isaacs on KCRW

Last year, the official count of homeless people in Los Angeles County was more than 70,000.

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Last year, the official count of homeless people in Los Angeles County was more than 70,000.

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Los Angeles County  is  considering a program  to place some of the most vulnerable of the homeless on  Skid Row  into permanent housing.

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Los Angeles County is considering a program to place some of the most vulnerable of the homeless on Skid Row into permanent housing.

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