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Housing Is Health: A Public Health Perspective on Homelessness

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Neuroscience Research Building Auditorium

635 Charles E Young Drive South

Los Angeles, CA 90095

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Housing Is Health: A Public Health Perspective on Homelessness

Los Angeles is grappling with a serious homelessness crisis: close to 53,000 people are homeless on a given night, and more than 39,000 lack shelter. What does it take to enhance the health and well-being of people experiencing homelessness? And how does homelessness impact public health? Join us to explore this critical issue facing our communities and to learn why, in so many ways, housing is health.

Panelists:
Peter Lynn
Executive Director
Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA)

Molly Rysman
Housing and Homelessness Deputy
Office of Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl

Marsha Temple, JD
Executive Director
Integrated Recovery Network

Moderator:
Randall Kuhn, PhD
Associate Professor
UCLA Fielding School of Public Health

If you are joining the livestream, you do not need to RSVP. Just click HERE on February 27th. Please note that the program begins at 6:30pm PST.


Getting to UCLA:

  • By Bike: For a detailed map of routes, racks, and repair station locations, visit HERE.

  • By Bus: For public transportation information, visit HERE.

  • By Car: Motorists must purchase a parking permit ($12) from the Information kiosk on Westwood Plaza, just north of Charles E Young Drive South before proceeding to Parking Structure 9. In order to arrive promptly, we strongly recommend that you allow ample time for traffic, picking up your permit, and finding parking.

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