The mission of the South L.A. Homeless TAY and Foster Care Collaborative is to prevent and end youth homelessness in the South Los Angeles region.

Homeless but Not Hopeless Policy Leadership Summit Held on September 29, 2016

On September 29, 2016, the South Los Angeles TAY Collaborative held a “Homeless but not Hopeless Policy Leadership Summit at Holman United Methodist Church to discuss policy and advocacy strategic goals to address the situation with homeless transitional aged youth in the City of Los Angeles.

Mike A. Gipson, Assemblymember 64th District and Reba Stevens; Alisa Orduna, Homeless Policy Director, Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti; Rev. Rick Reed, Executive Director of First to Serve, Va-Lecia Adams-Moore, Executive Director of St. Joseph's Center; Assemblymember Mike A. Gipson, Rev. Deborah Manns, Executive Director of Virtuous Woman, Inc. and Rev. Kelvin Sauls, Senior Pastor of Holman United Methodist Church; Va-Lecia Adams Moore,  and Rev. Rick Reed
Mike A. Gipson, Assemblymember 64th District and Reba Stevens; Alisa Orduna, Homeless Policy Director, Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti; Rev. Rick Reed, Executive Director of First to Serve, Va-Lecia Adams-Moore, Executive Director of St. Joseph’s Center; Assemblymember Mike A. Gipson, Rev. Deborah Manns, Executive Director of Virtuous Woman, Inc. and Rev. Kelvin Sauls, Senior Pastor of Holman United Methodist Church; Va-Lecia Adams Moore, and Rev. Rick Reed

To find out more of what was discussed at the summit, please click here.

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