When the power went out, a flood of homeless people started sleeping in the streets

By BILL ROSEMANCNN”When the power goes out, we’re all going to get on the streets, right?”

That’s what we’re hearing from people who are homeless as of late, says Scott Goss, who runs a group that helps homeless people in the Los Angeles area.

“We have to get out of our comfort zones and find other ways to help ourselves.”

For many homeless people, the only way to survive is to survive on the street, or at least in their own homes.

They’ve been struggling for years to get by, and now the city of Los Angeles is stepping up efforts to help them.

The city’s Homeless Outreach Center in the heart of downtown Los Angeles opened this week with a mission to help homeless people living on the sidewalk.

They’ll be providing food and shelter to those in need and training homeless people to help others in need.

“We need to get to a point where the city recognizes the fact that the homeless people that are living on streets are actually in danger,” said Goss.

“And it’s not just the homeless that need our help.

We have other people that need help as well.”

In recent years, homelessness has become a bigger issue than ever before in America.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there were 6.7 million people living in shelters in 2017.

More than half of those were in Los Angeles County.

“In L.A., we have a large homeless population,” said Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti.

“And we know it’s a problem that can’t be solved by just one person.

We’re also seeing a surge of people who have not had a stable place to call home for a long time.

So we need to do a lot of things to help people who need help, whether it’s shelters or temporary housing.”

In addition to providing food, shelter, medical services and job training to the homeless, Garcetti is pushing for a “shelter first, then homelessness second” approach.

That means housing first before moving onto more permanent housing.

“If we don’t address homelessness first, we can’t solve it,” Garcetti said.

“In fact, we’ll continue to put people in harm’s way, but the fact of the matter is, we need help to make sure that we’re providing for ourselves first, and then for people who depend on us for help.”

The solution is not the government providing housing for the homeless.

It’s the homeless providing a safe, healthy place to live.

“Goss is hoping that the city will soon offer shelter to homeless people for free.

In addition, Garcett is pushing to have the city build temporary housing for homeless people. “

If we can get them out of their comfort zone, then we can be part of the solution,” he said.

In addition, Garcett is pushing to have the city build temporary housing for homeless people.

The Los Angeles Homeless Services Agency (LASSA) has a partnership with the California Coalition for the Homeless to help the homeless build temporary homes for those who have been evicted from their homes.

This week, the agency will host a “tent camp” for homeless veterans in downtown Los Angles.

The city is also trying to help those who are in need of emergency food and housing.

On Thursday, LASSA officials held a “Food Bank Monday” where people could get free food and clothing.

The agency also offered up free water to those who were evicted.

“Food bank Monday is a good way to make a difference,” said LASAA Executive Director Maria Alvarado.

“It’s not the right time to be homeless, but when you’re living on your own and you have nowhere to go, it can be a way to start a new life.”

For those living in their cars, the city is offering free parking.

The homeless are also being given free, two-week rides to the airport, and free hotel stays.

“When I hear the word car, I think of the big trucks and big vans,” said Angelique Leblanc, who is living in her car in the street and has nowhere to park.

“But I love it.

I love the cars.”

Leblanc says she hopes to use her car as a makeshift RV for her family and other homeless people who live in her neighborhood.

She plans to use the car to help clean up the neighborhood and provide them with a place to stay and clean their cars.

“I want to take care of myself, but I want my children to be safe too,” she said.

Leblac says she’s hoping to get her children into school this fall, and will eventually give them an apartment.