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Twice a week they hit the streets, handing out burritos and making friends.
A four-person team funded by the Keck School of Medicine of USC finds its patients where they live — and treats them there, too.
University
As a child, Mich Hamlin lived on the streets with his parents. Next month, he enters USC’s physical therapy program.
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Project will explore ways to reduce the gap between the needs of L.A.’s chronically homeless and existing housing and support service options.
University
USC pilot project relies on the time-honored tradition of cooking and sharing a meal with others.
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Los Angeles remains one of the least affordable housing markets in the nation. It’s estimated that more than half a million affordable housing units are needed. For the second year, USC experts from several disciplines analyzed data from the count, in partnership with the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority. The data analysis ultimately helps determine how resources are allocated.
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The USC School of Architecture launched the Homeless Studio, where 11 fourth year students are rethinking homeless architecture, building temporary, moveable, modular and expandable structures. Students will deliver their finished structures to homeless people around the city.
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A modest, 92-square-feet structure designed by fourth-year USC architecture students could become key to temporarily easing homelessness until people find permanent housing. It’s easy to assemble and easy to remove, which could ease the permitting process.
Policy/Law
USC researchers provide key analysis of the data gathered annually by the county and city, as part of the university’s Initiative to Eliminate Homelessness.
Social Impact
A USC Price alumna searches for solutions to combat homelessness in Los Angeles.