Dr. Susan Partovi

medical director for Homeless Health Care Los Angeles

Medical Doctor, President of H.E.A.L.

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Gov. Newsom’s CARE Court would give judges more power to push people struggling with addiction and severe mental illness into court-ordered care.

Newsom wants to force unhoused mentally ill people into treatment. What could that look like?

Gov. Newsom’s CARE Court would give judges more power to push people struggling with addiction and severe mental illness into court-ordered care.

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Dr. Susan Partovi was an early practitioner of “street medicine.”

Doctor uses ‘street medicine’ to care for Skid Row residents during coronavirus pandemic

Dr. Susan Partovi was an early practitioner of “street medicine.”

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