Even in Beverly Hills, helping homeless is a struggle

August 20, 2013
“Amy lives near a man named Bond, just down the street from Jennifer in a terrific neighborhood in the heart of Beverly Hills, where lollipop palm trees sway in celebration of high-living. But it’s been years since Amy, Bond or Jennifer had a home other than a park bench or…
Helping the homeless in Beverly Hills

John Jermyn dances to the music at Will Rogers Memorial Park in Beverly Hills. Jermyn, homeless for 30 years, recently got help in moving to an apartment in Hollywood. (Gary Friedman, Los Angeles Times / August 14, 2013) Courtesy of LA Times

“Amy lives near a man named Bond, just down the street from Jennifer in a terrific neighborhood in the heart of Beverly Hills, where lollipop palm trees sway in celebration of high-living. But it’s been years since Amy, Bond or Jennifer had a home other than a park bench or a clearing in the manicured shrubbery.”

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