Women living in Los Angeles’ Skid Row speak out.
The 2016 Downtown Women’s Needs Assessment is a community-based research project conducted by the Downtown Women’s Action Coalition every three years. It is the sixth in a series of comprehensive surveys on the needs, characteristics, and conditions facing homeless and extremely low-income women living in downtown Los Angeles. This year, three hundred and seventy-one surveys were collected on five main topics: Demographics, Housing, Healthcare, Violence Against Women, and Community Resources.
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