The housing effort is being organized by the Association of California Cities – Orange County and Orange County United Way, which commissioned a study by UC Irvine that found it costs the public less to house people with wraparound health services than keep them on the streets where they often rotate in and out of emergency rooms and jails.

For the full story, please visit https://voiceofoc.org/2018/02/most-oc-cities-support-adding-2700-new-homes-for-homeless-organizer-says/.

 

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