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Bridge Housing: Connecting the Homeless to Housing After Hospitalization

The recent 2015 homeless count conducted by the Los Angeles HousingServices Authority showed a staggering 44,359 homeless individuals in LA County, a 12% increase in the last two years. Although partly due to a change in methodology, the count is seen as more accurate than ever before. In addition, LA’s chronic homeless population has grown […]

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Harold Cares About Your Future: Teen Pregnancy Prevention with a Heart

During Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month, celebrated each May, we turn our attention to our teen pregnancy prevention programs. These services are critically important in encouraging young people to develop life-long goals, helping them to understanding the consequences of their actions and supporting them as they realize their potential. Harold Edelstein had a simple wish: to […]

Rethinking School Nutrition: National Health Foundation’s Health Academy Increases Access to Healthy Options Through Innovative Youth-Led Projects

The school cafeteria has been the subject of plenty of derision over the years given such negative perceptions of the food served and limited resources to meet the demands of a diverse student body. In the Los AngelesUnified School District (LAUSD), home to 640,000 students in more than 1,187 schools, the subject of school nutrition […]