Union Station in the News

Pasadena Council Focuses On Affordable Housing And Homelessness (Pasadena Independent)

By Gus Herrera $75K approved for Union Station to facilitate motel voucher program From the opening public comment portion, all the way to the continued public hearing on the city’s operating budget near the end of the agenda, Monday’s regular meeting of the Pasadena City Council saw discussions revolve around the critical topics of affordable […]

Union Station Homeless Services Welcomes 10 New Board Members (Pasadena Now)

Read story on PasadenaNow.com Union Station Homeless Services is proud to announce 10 additions to their board of directors. Each new member brings valuable expertise and insight to Union Station, the San Gabriel Valley’s largest social service agency assisting homeless and very low-income adults and families. The new arrivals come on the heels of several […]

Pasadena leads way in finding homes for the homeless (Los Angeles Daily News)

POSTED: 12/30/16, 2:56 PM PST   What can others in Southern California learn from Pasadena’s work that led it to have the highest reduction of homelessness among 32 major American cities? In a word, collaboration. It wasn’t just a newly redoubled effort on the part of public officials within City Hall, though Housing Director William […]

A Remarkable Pasadena Achievement: No More Homeless Families (Pasadena Now)

By ANDY VITALICIO with DAVID CROSS Published : Wednesday, December 28, 2016 | 6:34 AM   Pasadena – which ranked first among 32 cities in 24 states for reducing homelessness from 2009-2016 in a just-released survey report by the U.S. Conference of Mayors – has also quietly accomplished another feat: there are no longer any […]

Why Pasadena outranked 32 major U.S. cities in reducing homelessness (Pasadena Star-News)

By Jason Henry, San Gabriel Valley Tribune POSTED: 12/23/16, 12:30 PM PST   Pasadena reduced its homeless population by nearly 54 percent between 2009 and 2016, the highest percentage among 32 large cities studied by the U.S. Conference of Mayors, according to a report from the organization. Pasadena had the largest percent decreases in total […]

The City Pauses to Remember the Homeless Who Died Alone, On the Streets (Pasadena Now)

Candles lit, names read of those whose lives ended on the street by EDDIE RIVERA, Community Editor Published : Wednesday, December 14, 2016   Thirty-three names, said to be those of homeless who have died on the streets of Los Angeles County in the past year, were solemnly read Tuesday evening at All Saints Church’s […]