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One challenge: a national shortage of mental health professionals. They’re greatly undervalued compared with their colleagues in physical health, particularly when it comes to insurance reimbursement, says Steven Siegel of the Keck School of Medicine of USC.
Policy/Law
The Homelessness Policy Research Institute based at USC Price drives work to end homelessness in Los Angeles County by convening top researchers and policymakers.
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USC Gould graduate Andrés Cantero Jr. and his life partner started Los Angeles Room & Board, which is serving 200 college-age students.
Policy/Law
USC survey finds the region is unprepared to meet service members’ needs. The situation is worse than in other parts of California.
Policy/Law
The survey by USC, CSULB and Cal Poly Pomona shows many likely voters remain undecided, and that Garvey’s history with the Dodgers isn’t boosting his chances.
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USC experts weigh in on the proposal, which would provide $373 million a year for social services.
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A new book highlights the work of students at the USC School of Architecture to shelter the city’s most vulnerable residents.
Health
“COVID has proven to be the costliest disaster in U.S. history,” says one USC expert on the economic impact of disasters. Now the fast-spreading virus is intersecting with a rise in flu and RSV.
Policy/Law
Former Govs. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Gray Davis, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti and Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson were among the federal, state and local leaders to converge at the USC gathering.