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Shamed by Hollywood homeless catastrophe, she went to Italy for answers

Ecclesian Kerry Morrison is featured in this LA Times article for her work advocating for our homeless neighbors and seeking solutions to the mental health epidemic in Los Angeles.

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Second Hollywood Bridge Housing Location Doubles Capacity

In a recent letter to his constituents, Hollywood Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell (13th Council District), shared the following information about the Bridge Housing Location at the historic Hollywood Studio Club.

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Good City Mentors featured on NBC4 News

NBC4 brought their cameras to Bernstein High School in Hollywood to catch Good City Mentors in action. Good City is a mentorship program which partners caring adults with local high schools, providing inspiring school-day mentorship for students most at risk of dropping out. Reporting by Danielle Robay of NBC4 News.

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‘Walk of Faith’ tour tells tale of Hollywood’s Christian beginnings

“This church is a survivor,” she tells the dozen or so people taking her Walk of Faith tour in a neighborhood better known for its movie-star-spangled Walk of Fame. “I will show you a lot of churches but very few” — First Baptist among them — “have been able to remain in their original locations.”

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‘Bridge’ Housing for Hollywood
Homeless under Construction

Homelessness is at crisis levels, increasing by 23% between 2016 and 2017. The City of Los Angeles has been working very hard to identify locations to establish temporary crisis and bridge housing options via Mayor Garcetti's "A Bridge Home" initiative. 

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Long-stalled Target Shopping Center in Hollywood Can Proceed

For four years, the half-completed hulk of a Target store has loomed over Sunset Boulevard, a project halted by litigation brought by neighborhood groups opposed to the building’s height.

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