Organization in need of funding rushes to house hundreds of homeless before housing vouchers expire
- February 17, 2022
- Work by Dave Snow and Rachel Goldberg, sociology, Daily Pilot, Feb. 17, 2022
A 2017 study by UC Irvine, Jamboree Housing and Orange County United Way found that it costs twice as much for someone to live on the street than to house them.
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