MLK Mental Health Urgent Care Center Celebration

MLK Mental Health Urgent Care Center Celebration

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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County Unveils Pilot Program to Combat Sex Trafficking

County Unveils Pilot Program to Combat Sex Trafficking

Los Angeles County is moving forward to strengthen the safety net for children who have been victims of sex trafficking. After two years of work, county departments are working together to provide wraparound services for these young people.

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Life Saving App Now Available

Life Saving App Now Available

Roslyn de la Torre was on her way to work when she saw a crowd gathered around a man who had collapsed of an apparent heart attack on the sidewalk. A registered nurse, de la Torre got out of her car and immediately began giving the man CPR. Within 4 minutes, the paramedics arrived but it may well have been de la Torre’s quick actions that saved Elbert Kirby’s life. With a person suffering a heart attack, the first two minutes can determine life or death.

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Civilian Oversight Delayed, Not Denied
Civilian Oversight Delayed, Not Denied

Civilian Oversight Delayed, Not Denied

In a show of strong support for the creation of a citizen’s oversight commission, hundreds of people attended Tuesday’s board of supervisor’s meeting to demand a civilian role in reforming the department.

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Freedom School Probation Camps Deliver Results
Freedom School Probation Camps Deliver Results

Freedom School Probation Camps Deliver Results

The United States imprisons approximately 70,000 youths nationwide on any given day. Annually, the U.S. spends about $88,000 per juvenile—the costliest and highest youth incarceration rate in the world.

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