Date And TimeTue, July 9, 2019
7:30 AM – 9:30 AM PDT
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LocationOrange County United Way
18012 Mitchell South
Irvine, CA 92614
By United to End Homelessness
Homelessness has reached crisis levels both locally and throughout the country. Many factors, including misinformation, myths and 'good intentions' contribute to this growing problem.
This class will provide a wealth of information and answer some of the most frequently asked questions about this issue, including: What is homelessness? What are the key factors that lead to homelessness and what is the current state of homelessness in Orange County? How can homelessness be solved? And who is homeless in Orange County?
By the end of this session, you will become familiar with many of the philosophies and terminologies associated with homelessness. More importantly, you will gain a much better understanding of the homeless system here in Orange County, including the most up-to-date statistics and best practices for solving homelessness in our community for good.
Come break down the myths and discover how you can play a key role in changing our county’s history as well as the lives of our neighbors experiencing homelessness.
Pre-registration is required and seating is limited. You must sign-up to attend via the "Register" link above. Due to high demand, individuals may only register to attend one Homelessness 101 class per calendar year.
Food will not be provided at any meeting but you are free to bring your own. Coffee and water provided.
*Please note that class is subject to cancellation if # of attendees is below 30.
DATE AND TIMEMultiple Dates
LOCATIONU.S. Vets Homeless Service Center-Pop Up
512 S.Main St
Los Angeles, CA 90013
DESCRIPTION(: Amen. Here's your 2019 Summer invation to have fun with other Joyful volunteers as you bring food items that you the joyful volunteer perpare and cook, the cook foods will then be joyfully serve to our beloved homeless-low income U.S Vets and our beloved homeless-low-income peoples that will be eatting at the service site*
Volunteer also are ask to serve with a smile"
Volunteers my also donate thier surplus or unwanted house goods
For more info call ASAP 626-277-3457 ask for Coach Ron the one and only.
Each volunteer provide a doantion $ 20= BGC
Each joyful volunteer can order a World's famous Skid Row t-shirt=donation of $20 so text your t-shirt size ASAP 626-277-3457"
Homelessness has increased by 16% in the city of LA. Please join us for a presentation and discussion on Homelessness in Los Angeles.About this EventPlease join SELAH Neighborhood Homeless Coalition for a presentation by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) and a panel discussion on Homelessness in Los Angeles.
Earlier this summer, we discovered homelessness has increased by 16% in the city of Los Angeles and 12% in Los Angeles County in the past year. LAHSA will present a more detailed look at the data compiled during the count, the reasons behind the increase, and what we can do to solve this crisis. The presentation will then be followed by a panel discussion moderated by Everyone In's Caleb Crowder discussing the current state of homelessness and solutions towards ending homelessness on a county, city, council district, and community level.
Darius Derakshan, SELAH Neighborhood Homeless Coalition
Christina Miller, The Office of The Mayor of Los Angeles
Senior Lead Officer Leo Rey, LAPD
Molly Rysman, The Office of County Supervisor Kuehl
Councilmember David Ryu, Council District 4
Douglas Walker, The Center at Blessed Sacrament
Stephanie Wolahan, Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority
Please arrive early to meet members from your neighborhood councils and local community groups to learn more about what you can do to help end homelessness in the community!
According to the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, more than 5,000 of the county’s 58,000 homeless people are children and more than 4,000 are elderly. About one-third are mentally ill.
☆ If you or someone you know needs help in any of the following situations, in hollywood CAlifornia.
I am homeless, and I need help. What can I do? Answer: We have information for people who are homeless about shelter, food, health care, jobs, and other ...
PLEASE CALL:SPREAD THE WORD AND SPREAD THE LOVE.
1) The National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255.
2) National Safe Alternative/Self-Injury Hotline: 1-800-366-8288.
3) National Addiction/Substance Abuse Hotline: 1-800-662-43578.
4) National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233.
5) Grief Share Number: 1-800-395-5755.
6) American Association of Poison Control Centers: 1-800-222-1222.
7) National Mental Health Hotline: 1-888-955-4470
- Relief from Depression, Anxiety, Eating Disorders
- Help with PTSD,OCD, Schizophrenia & More.
8) National Mental Health and Addiction Help: 1-866-896-4843.
9) National Rape and Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-4673.
10) Grief Support – CARA for Children: 1-650-321-5272 .
Contact Hilton More L.O.V.E. Foundation with more specific Questions: 808-218-5836
The Hollywood Chamber of commerce announced that Rana Ghadban has been selected as the new President & CEO, replacing the Chamber's Leron Gubler who will be retiring at the end of the year. His party and FAREWELL event was tuesday december 18, 2018.
Members past and present gathered to salute the former president /ceo of 25 years.
Ghadban is currently the President/CEO of the Simi Valley Chamber where she has successfully increased that chamber’s profitability, launched the Chamber Automotive Council, began a “Shop Simi First” campaign, revised the Vision and Mission statements for the organization, developed a comprehensive five-year strategic plan and is starting a Quarterly Manufacturing Roundtable."I am a Proud Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Member and Iwas Honored to attend the Retirement Event for former President Leron Gubler. I am a Community Advocate that wants to unify our Historical Residents and Business owners."
(Precious Hilton-Hilton More Love Foundation | The Hollywood Charity )
Serving Hollywood Blvd and Surrounding.
See Article: https://www.hollywoodchamber.net/newsletter/enewstemplate.htm