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How an OC Supervisor sees homelessness in his area




Dozens of homeless people have made the Orange County Civic Center in downtown Santa Ana their home as the county finds a solution for housing them.
Dozens of homeless people have made the Orange County Civic Center in downtown Santa Ana their home as the county finds a solution for housing them.
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Homelessness is a growing problem in Southern California, and it's affecting more than just areas like Skid Row and Venice.

In Orange County last year, officials estimated that more than 15,000 people were homeless for at least one night, a 20 percent spike from 2013.

Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do joins Take Two to explain how local leaders like himself are trying to come up with plans to address the issue while also helping those in need.