New outreach, new law could boost health care for homeless people
- September 17, 2021
- Research by Rachel Goldberg and Dave Snow, sociology, The Orange County Register, Sept. 17, 2021
An analysis by UC Irvine researchers, for example, estimated that in Orange County the price tag for treating the chronically homeless at local hospitals and emergency rooms ran to $77 million over a 12-month period that ended in 2015.
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