Another Sort of Infrastructure Needed on Homeless

By | Jul 24, 2017

Investing in our country’s infrastructure is all the talk today, from Los Angeles to D.C. The quality of our roadways and bridges is indeed a national crisis, but there is a human element that has been neglected. The lack of housing and service infrastructure for people struggling with poverty has created the worst homelessness crisis in recent memory.

We see the crisis first-hand in Los Angeles, where homelessness is visible and growing at 57,794 people at last count.

But there is hope.

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