DAILY NEWS VETERANS AFFAIRS - HOMELESS 2015 By Mike Reicher, Los Angeles Daily
"Speaking with the Los Angeles News Group editorial board, Garcetti said Thursday the effort might take an additional six months, and that not all homeless veterans will actually be housed.
His recalibration underscores the enormity of the problem in Los Angeles and the challenges facing homeless service providers. L.A. organizations have housed more than 3,700 homeless veterans since January 2014, according to a recent city tally, but have more than 2,600 remaining. A growing population, obstacles at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and inaction at City Hall have worsened the situation, some say.
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