“At Step Up there are showers, laundry facilities, special groups, supportive employment, & case management for homeless vets.”

August 26, 2013
Santa Monica Daily Press article by Ameera Butts: “CITYWIDE — During Tenant Management summit organized by the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System last week, groups met to discuss what can be done to help homeless veterans and their mental health needs. Santa Monica is home to many vets who…

Santa Monica Daily Press article by Ameera Butts:
“CITYWIDE — During Tenant Management summit organized by the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System last week, groups met to discuss what can be done to help homeless veterans and their mental health needs. Santa Monica is home to many vets who have become homeless because of lack of treatment, inability to find a job after coming home from serving in war, and mental issues stemming from wartime experiences.”…See more at: http://ow.ly/ohkXN

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