Harbor-UCLA Hosts Disaster Preparedness Fair

Harbor-UCLA Hosts Disaster Preparedness Fair

Elvia Elizabeth Figueroa has lived through many earthquakes in her native Honduras. But as she recently visited Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Torrance with her 8-year-old granddaughter Angie, she realized that she was not prepared for the next big one.

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Care Harbor LA Offers Free Healthcare to Thousands

Care Harbor LA Offers Free Healthcare to Thousands

It’s been three years since Kameron Lyons, 21 of Long Beach has seen a dentist.  The Cal State University Long Beach senior says that she has suffered through extreme pain in her mouth for the last three months that prevents her from eating anything cold including her favorite- ice cream.

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Affordable Homes in Jefferson Park Now Open

Affordable Homes in Jefferson Park Now Open

Reginald Drummer was homeless, HIV positive and living on Skid Row for four years. But finally, he found the break he needed: Mercy Housing.

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MLK Mental Health Urgent Care Center Now Open

MLK Mental Health Urgent Care Center Now Open

Jo Helen Graham’s son Mark was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia when he was 15 years old. Despite his parents’ efforts to find him ongoing treatment, little has been available to address his mental illness and he has suffered.

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Jobseekers Puruse Empowerment from Employment

Jobseekers Puruse Empowerment from Employment

Sinaa Watkins, 43, is a single mother of two with a 19-year-old daughter and a seven-year-old son. Currently unemployed and living with her mother, Watkins says a job would allow her to get back on her feet.

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