Los Angeles Commits $100M to Address Homelessness

Los Angeles Commits $100 Million to Address Homelessness

In response to Los Angeles’ growing homeless crisis, Mayor Eric Garcetti recently declared a “state of emergency,” and announced that the city is prepared to commit $100 million for a range of housing and social service options for those in need. Read more about the origins of Los Angeles’ homelessness crisis and the mayor’s plan to address it.

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