Frontline Workers, Firsthand Stories

Frontline Workers, Firsthand Stories

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LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes

501 North Main Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

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Frontline Workers, Firsthand Stories: How service providers are ending homelessness

About this event

If you’re interested in celebrating and learning from the work of those on the frontlines of our homelessness crisis, join us for an evening of community building, storytelling, music, food, and more.

Our next installment of Voices United will celebrate the incredible community of frontline workers serving our unhoused neighbors. During the most difficult times, and throughout the pandemic, service providers have worked tirelessly to provide connection, care, and housing to those who need it most in L.A. County. Their inspiring stories will reflect the solutions that work, where we need to do more, and what opportunities are on the horizon to make progress toward ending homelessness in our communities.

About Voices United:

Voices United is an event series that provides a platform for people with lived experience and those working on the frontlines of community impact to share their personal stories. While the speakers’ backgrounds and experiences differ from one another, they share an unwavering commitment to make L.A. County a more just and equitable place.