We’re working on the homeless problem, but don’t expect instant results

By | Jun 2, 2017

IMG_5022bNo one in Los Angeles was surprised to hear on Wednesday that the homeless population had ballooned yet again. Everywhere one looks one sees people sleeping on sidewalks, in tents and recreational vehicles. The homeless are now a part of our urban and suburban landscape. But there’s no reason to despair, as long as we moderate our expectations. Read More »

Ending Homelessness: The Wait is Killing Them


But it’s the slow pace of addressing homelessness in our country that is literally killing people who are dying on our streets. We should all feel the sense of urgency to fund solutions and end homelessness every single day, until it’s no longer an issue.

What Does The End of 2016 Mean For Homelessness?


Five years ago, I wrote a blog piece wondering how our country would respond to homelessness if Donald Trump was elected President. That was in 2011 when almost everyone thought a Trump Presidency was simply all talk. However, in just a few weeks, President Trump becomes a reality – and not a reality TV show, […]

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Photo by: Ismo There is a new Sheriff in town.
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PATH Villas at Del Rey, permanent supportive housing.
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Joel John Roberts, PATH CEO Last week, I was at my umpteenth community meeting in order to promote a new building that would house people who experience homelessness.
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The odds of making money by owning real estate is much better than playing the lottery.
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Photo © Jim D’Aquilia/Momenta Workshops 2016.