Data to drive Los Angeles leaders’ plans for veteran needs
by Claudia Bustamante
About 120 Los Angeles leaders received an initial look on June 6 at findings from the county’s first and most comprehensive study of the military population, which will be used to inform veteran policy and programs moving forward.
The Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans & Military Families at the USC School of Social Work conducted more than 1,850 surveys of veterans to help identify the areas of greatest need in Los Angeles County, home to the largest population in the country.
Speaking on the 70th anniversary of D-Day, Anthony Hassan, the center’s director, said Los Angeles must move […]