About this Event
A variety of benefits and resources are available for low-income families in Los Angeles, but they often face challenges getting access to them. As a result, low-income people risk falling through the safety net and into difficult-to-escape cycles of poverty. Experts from the USC Price Center for Social Innovation and the Keck School of Medicine of USC will discuss two new reports -- one on food insecurity and one on the social safety net -- and how Angelenos can be better served by assistance programs.
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