Orange County draws criticism for over 200 homeless deaths this year
- December 29, 2019
- Dave Snow and Rachel Goldberg, sociology, Voice of OC, Dec. 29, 2019
The county’s plan to end homelessness declared permanent housing as a “top priority” starting in 2012, in line with national recommendations and a UC Irvine study that showed large overall taxpayer savings compared with leaving disabled homeless people on the streets. The savings are largely due to reduced emergency room visits, jail stays and other costs.
For the full story, please visit https://voiceofoc.org/2019/12/orange-county-draws-criticism-for-over-200-homeless-deaths-this-year/.
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