New Economics For Women

Transitional Housing
Los Angeles, CA
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303 South Loma Drive
Los Angeles, CA - 90017

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About New Economics For Women

Providing safe and attractive living environments for working parents and their families is the cornerstone of New Economics for Women (NEW). NEW refers community members to all organizations that offer affordable housing – including, but not limited to, NEW. NEW’s Homeownership Program helps clients by providing the knowledge and support to purchase a home with confidence, protect assets, and change fiscal habits that build generational wealth.

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  1. I have been addicted to crack for 10 yearson and off. I have been homeless for a month now. I live in Houston Tx i do not want to live here anymore. posted June 2, 2019
  2. I'm homeless and need help finding a place to live. posted July 12, 2019
  3. I have cancer and have been living in transition housing that's not clean. posted August 19, 2019
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