Suzanne Wenzel

USC School of Social Work

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Professor at the USC School of Social Work whose research focuses on the health-related needs of vulnerable communities, including homeless women

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For decades, local officials have promised to end homelessness, but the number — in shelters, on the streets and in alleys -- continues to rise.

A Shameful Problem that's Getting Worse

For decades, local officials have promised to end homelessness, but the number — in shelters, on the streets and in alleys -- continues to rise.

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