Can hearts and minds be changed to support housing homeless people? United to End Homelessness is working on it
- November 11, 2018
- Research by UCI sociologists featured in the Orange County Register, Nov. 11, 2018
[Becks Heyhoe, housing manager for United to End Homelessness] says she tries to counter what she called “myths and ill-informed rhetoric” about the homeless population by sharing data, such as a 2017 UC Irvine study on the human and financial costs of homelessness in Orange County. The study was co-sponsored by Orange County United Way.
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