Where the Incomes Diverge, Side by Side

Downtown Los Angeles has a 5 block area called Skid Row. It is nestled by The Alley, the Garment District, the Crafts District, Cold Storage (for fish) and close to the Banking and Diamond Districts. But even on the map you can tall it is depressed. 1 tint little park – no grocery stores, lots […]

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The Hardest Part of Advocating for People with Intense Needs

The hardest part of advocating for people who have severe, immediate, life threatening needs is saying, “I know what you need, but I can’t offer that today.” As advocates we see people who have lost connections to their family, have a “street family” but no real friendships with housed individuals, and our street top sleeping neighbors […]

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Ten Things To Consider When Elevating the Needs of Seniors — Top 10 of Anything and Everything!!!

Seniors need more than just tender care. They also need items that can help them move around and access places that they normally don’t have access to. A good example is a wheelchair or even a simple walking stick, but these items are not enough. They will also need items that will help them move… via […]

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Mayor Miguel Pulido says Homeless People are Mean

Not all of them, just some of them. It reminds me of the “very fine people” remarks by Trump. Hey, Mayor Miguel Pulido, try this: build shelter beds. Try compassion. And please, learn the law and get an awareness of what is going on around you. You are not part of the ongoing lawsuit – […]

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