Zachary Coil

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Division manager over Chronic Homeless Intervention Program at the St. Joseph Center in Venice and a licensed clinical social worker

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The police killing of an unarmed, homeless man has dramatized changes in Venice — once the home of "shabby chic," now rapidly gentrifying like the rest of the Westside.

Should Cops Be Trained to Deal with the Mentally Ill?

The police killing of an unarmed, homeless man has dramatized changes in Venice — once the home of "shabby chic," now rapidly gentrifying like the rest of the Westside.

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