Video: Orange County Housing Collaborative

Video: Creating change that welcomes everyone

Featuring Cesar Covarrubias, executive director of The Kennedy Commission; Elizabeth Hansburg, co-founder and director of People for Housing Orange County; Idalia Rios, a housing resident; Rona Henry, volunteer for The Welcoming Neighbors Home Initiative; and Becks Heyhoe, United Way OC. 

Orange County, California has had an affordable housing crisis for years. To learn more about what Providence and the other members of the Orange County Housing Advocacy Collaborative are doing to address these issues and reduce homelessness, check out this video.



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