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.

Lost Jobs, Foreclosures and Homelessness for SoCal Families

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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