For the Southern California Association of Non Profit Housing’s (SCANPH) annual conference, Senior Policy Analyst Sara Kimberlin delivered a presentation that looked at the profile of poverty and housing needs at the local, regional, and statewide level, as well as local and state housing policies that can make a difference in addressing the challenges low-income households face.
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