But it’s true that life for a homeless woman is very different than that of a homeless man, and UC Irvine grad student Payton Huse is going to spend the next three years trying to find out exactly how, and why that’s the case among Orange County’s 6,860 homeless people …. “If women have families, a lot of times they’re going to do a lot more to avoid going straight to the streets,” Huse told me during a Sept. 10 interview. “They’re less visible in public spaces, hidden homeless. They’re more likely to be sheltered.”

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