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April 26, 1987
Home-SAFE Child Care, providers of child care and support services to low-income families in the Hollywood and mid-Wilshire area, has opened its new headquarters at Hope Lutheran Church, 6720 Melrose Ave. Home-SAFE, a United Way agency, provides counseling, parent education, preschool programs and other assistance.
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March 17, 1988
The Inglewood school district plans to open a pilot school-based clinic serving students with drug problems next month. The school board approved this week the hiring of a drug "intervention specialist" at the Morningside High School clinic to provide substance abuse counseling, education and referral to outside agencies. Another full-time counselor will be hired shortly, officials said.
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April 23, 1996 | GALI KRONENBERG
Care to spend the summer in the company of Sigmund Freud instead of Steven Spielberg, Walt Whitman instead of Judith Krantz? If so, registration has begun for the summer session at Cal State Northridge's Ventura campus.
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February 16, 2000 | ALEX FIELD
Teen Challenge will hold a graduation service and banquet Saturday at the Ventura County Fairgrounds. The goal of Teen Challenge is to assist people having problems with drugs, alcohol and families by providing a sanctuary through classes, counseling, education, job-skill training and preparation for family responsibilities.
NEWS
September 10, 1994
Here is the text of the abortion paragraph in the Plan of Action to be adopted at the U.N. International Conference on Population and Development. The language was approved Friday: In no case should abortion be promoted as a method of family planning.
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December 26, 2010 | By Alexander Zavis, Los Angeles Times
Until a week ago, Veronica Long was wondering how she was going to explain to her four children that Santa might not make it this year. Her husband, Jonathan, used to make a good living as a music engineer and producer. But when the economy tanked two years ago, work dried up and he was forced to pawn his equipment. For a while, the family rented a room from a friend in Corona. But when the friend was evicted earlier this year, they suddenly were homeless. They are now staying in a room at the Union Rescue Mission on downtown Los Angeles' skid row. Last week, the shelter converted its chapel into a Christmas store where parents could pick out free toys and books for their kids.
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November 5, 1997 | MIMI KO CRUZ
Children of divorced parents will be honored Nov. 15 at the Back and Forth Child Family Fun Day at Hillcrest Park. Family Assessment, Counseling and Education Services, or FACES, a nonprofit group, is sponsoring the event, from noon to 5 p.m. The gathering, featuring free entertainment and games, aims to let children affected by divorce know that they are not alone. The park is at Lemon Street and Valley View Drive. Information: (714) 879-9616.
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