United to End Homelessness Honors Diverse Unsung Heroes
United to End Homelessness Honors Diverse Unsung Heroes It takes a community of people working together to end homelessness, and
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Myth #8: Homelessness Can Be Solved If We Relocate Everyone Out of Orange County
Myth #8: Homelessness Can Be Solved If We Relocate Everyone Out of Orange County Authored by David Gillanders, Executive Director, Pathways
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Myth #7: It’s Not Possible to End Veteran Homelessness
Myth #7: It’s Not Possible to End Veteran Homelessness Author: Assemblymember Cottie Petrie-Norris, AD-74 Every year, Orange County conducts the
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Myth #6: Solving Homelessness Is Too Expensive
Myth #6: Solving Homelessness Is Too Expensive Author: David A. Snow, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, UCI Department of Sociology   In
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Myth #5: Homelessness Isn’t My Problem
Myth#5: Homelessness Isn’t My Problem Author: Brian Peterson, Founder, Faces of Santa Ana So often you hear the words, “Homelessness
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Myth #4: Emergency Shelters Are All That’s Needed to Address Homelessness
Myth #4: Emergency Shelters Are All That’s Needed to Address Homelessness Author: Steve Berg, Vice President for Programs & Policy,
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Myth #3: People Are Coming from Other Places To Be Homeless in Orange County
Myth #3: People Are Coming from Other Places To Be Homeless in Orange County Author: Andrae Bailey, Founder & President,
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Myth #2: People Choose To Be Homeless and Most Decline Services When Offered
Myth #2: People Choose To Be Homeless and Most Decline Services When Offered Author: Chelsea Bowers, Director of Public Affairs,
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Myth #1: Most Homeless People Are Either Mentally Ill or Have a Substance Use Disorder
Myth #1: Most Homeless People Are Either Mentally Ill or Have a Substance Use Disorder Author: Brateil Aghasi, Executive Director,
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Serving those who Served: Making a Difference in the Lives of Our Veterans
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