Presently the Homeless count for the United State is 567,715 and 56,257 in Los Angeles County... How do people become homeless? The answer varies.
There are four Mission Statements in the United Neighborhoods Neighborhood Council’s (UNNC) bylaws and in this article, I will look at each statement and reflect on my practices to consider if I have implemented actions supporting the mission of UNNC.
UNNC Looking for a Photographer and a Graphic Designer!
FREE COVID-19 Testing, HIV/AIDS Testing, Employment Services PLUS Food Distribution. Preregistration for testing will begin in January 2021. SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 2021, 10:00am-2:00pm
As a way of celebrating our wealth of traditions, the West Adams Avenues is inviting you share a recipe, family tradition, or a funny holiday story to be part of the West Adams Avenues Holiday Share Book.
Measure M passed in the November 2016 election and has paid for many improvements like repaving Venice Blvd., adding handicap accessible sidewalks to the corners, and planting of trees.
Each winter the City and County of Los Angeles open recreational centers, libraries, and churches/temples to be used as temporary homeless shelters...
Election Day is Tuesday, November 3. Voting by mail or early in person helps keep our communities safe by promoting social distancing at the polls.
LAPD's Olympic and Wilshire Divisions invites you to the annual National Night Out 2020, live via Zoom on Tuesday October 6th.
The Neighborhood Council helps give a voice to our community in local government, specifically, it amplifies our voice and brings it to our Council District.