The People Concern - Los Angeles, CA

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2116 Arlington Ave., Suite 100
Los Angeles, CA 90018
: (310) 450-4050
: https://www.thepeopleconcern.org/

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    2019-05-22 18:21:50
    I am currently residing inside a program called, HaRT at The Lamp Village on Crocker Street which is addressed 527 Crocker Street, Bed 71, Los Angeles, California 90013. I am inside this location that I mentioned "on my won" by myself through my typing of words you read inside this message which is expressed by a form for online computer program social networking for about two weeks of this date May 22nd, 2019 because I care about me! I know more about negation today than I thought I should ever be well known about staying alive, free, safer than most other in use of ones own self body to a much exhausted extent over longer periods for time like 48 hours with one to two hours of sleep time. I am on the move before the police think about me past 70 % energy because I net work with those who ask me to communicate with them in a honest format which is why I respond to those types ah people as I do even time after time that someone excused many people from feeling bad for me. My mind is so mindful about my security that my medical team is aware of my moves with a drug test request along the way treatment so I am always cared about deeper than how the police care for thee own kind of supports. I feel my face these days and nights with my deepened look in your eyes from my own eyes review because I look at myself inside the mirror long enough for me to witness myself through my dark black pupils. I eat, sleep, shower, attend group even advise the staff about my concerns for my safety before after and during my fits about how much the police hurt my feelings enough for me to get up and take the type a control that calls me out loudly crazy by many more than just a set up few.

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Description: The People Concern provides integrated services to the most vulnerable and traumatized members of the community who are in need of assistance – individuals who are chronically homeless, dealing with severe mental or physical illness or substance addiction, victims of domestic violence and challenged youth. The People Concern’s system of care addresses the complex problems of this diverse population through our core services.

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Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2019-05-23


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