Over 1,000 Jobs Available to Fight Homelessness with Measure H Funds

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Homeless service providers throughout Los Angeles County are now hiring individuals to help combat what is considered a regional crisis as over 1,000 jobs have become available through the Los Angeles County Homeless Initiative and Measure H funds.
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HUD Awards Long Beach Homeless Services Providers Over $8 Million

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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has awarded Long Beach over $8 million to continue providing services and housing for those experiencing homelessness, the city announced today.

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Long Beach to Look At Homeless Day Worker Program As Bridge to Services, Getting People Off The Streets

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The city of Long Beach could be taking a new approach to how it plans to help the homeless in the city as it unveiled a possible day-work program to help those...

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Los Angeles, Orange Counties to Receive Over $145 Million in Federal Grants to Fight Homelessness

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The federal government awarded grants to combat homelessness yesterday. 

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On A Chilly Night, Community Gathers to Remember Local Homeless Who Died This Year

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Thirty-two individuals who died in Long Beach while experiencing homelessness this year were remembered on a chilly Thursday evening by a couple dozen people who gathered at Forest Lawn cemetery in the city’s northside.

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Ten Years In, Long Beach’s Quality of Life Team Continues Mission to Help the Homeless

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The Long Beach Police Department's Quality of Life unit has been working with the city's homeless population since 2007. We recently followed team along to see their street outreach firsthand.

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Council Green Lights Study to Analyze Long Beach’s Approach to Homelessness, Impact on Neighborhoods

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After an uptick in complaints from residents regarding crimes being committed by alleged homeless persons throughout the city the Long Beach City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to initiate a study that would include a collaborative effort by city...

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Public Invited to “4 Walls and a Door,” A Workshop on Homelessness This Tuesday

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This coming Tuesday, April 4 both consumers and providers of homeless services will sit on a panel during “4 Walls and a Door,” a discussion on innovative and effective solutions to end homelessness in Long Beach and throughout the...

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National Council of Jewish Women to Host Mini-Conference on Long Beach Homelessness

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The Long Beach chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women will present Homeless at the Beach: What Do We Know? And What Can We Do? As part of its annual Adie Holzman Mini-Conference on Sunday.

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Countywide Sales Tax Increase to Fund Homeless Programs Scores Narrow Victory on Election Night

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In a tight election night vote that went into the early hours of Wednesday morning before the final vote was tallied, Measure S, the sales-tax increase to fund homeless issues, was seemingly awarded a slim victory by a less...

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