Our responsibility to one another has never been clearer. Whether religious or nonreligious -- human flourishing remains at the top of everyone's list.
And yet, according to the Los Angeles Times, homelessness in Los Angeles County increased by 75% over six years. The paper recently described the situation as a national disgrace.
Nevertheless, the question remains: what are we to do?
Homelessness is a real issue even in our neighborhood: Diamond Bar, Walnut, Pomona, Roland Heights.
The Face of Homelessness event is an opportunity to
This is dialogue about local issues by local social workers working to make a difference. This is an informal setting to hear from and talk with folks in our community that are working hands on to make a difference in this very serious issue.
Panel participants include the following organizations:
Director of Development & Communications
Inland Valley Hope Partners
Helping homeless women & families get back on their feet
Dedicated to serving families in need in the Pomona area
Working to help at-risk foster children become self-reliant adults
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
Serving the public, addressing safety & homelessness
Director of Pomona Shelter
Volunteers of America
Committed to serving people in need (particularly youth), strengthening families and building communities
Saturday, November 3, 2018
400 Rancheria Rd, Diamond Bar, CA 91765