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    awareness of services available to local communities would enable a pathway to healthcare stability. If more undocumented residents of the San Fernando Valley were to obtain legal status, this would surge work potential, stable housing and ability to qualify for federal and state assistance if needed. Once individuals have their basic needs met, (food, shelter and clothing), they can work toward focusing on their health and wellbeing. With the development of adequate bilingual services, an improvement in symptom management of adults with mental health illnesses would be expected. This may reduce costs and frequency of hospitalizations or the involvement of law enforcement for crimes related to mental illness, substance abuse and homelessness. Summary of Community Characteristics The San Fernando Valley is located within Los Angeles County, and geographically, it is 345 square miles surrounded by several mountain ranges. According to the 2010 Census, the San Fernando Valley serves a population of 1,771,545 people. Although the San Fernando Valley is comprised of diverse ethnicities, Hispanic and Latinos make up a large portion of the population at 743,524. Of the population, 405,514 are children under the age of eighteen and 207,661over the age of 65.…

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    San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center, Inc. http://www.movinglivesforward.org 1. The type of prevention is: Secondary Prevention a. This agency provides secondary prevention to its cliental because it primarily focuses on a high-risk population: people with serious emotional disorders, severe and persistent mental illness. 2. The main functions of this agency are to: ease clients into everyday life by helping them reach their highest potential, offer individualized and…

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    I live in a bowl full of peas, literally I am surround full of hills that metaphorically always reminded me of a bowl. The San Fernando Valley was always filled with peas which were people that generally are the same but not as exact; a big chucky of the population were all Hispanic but not all were the same. In a bowl of peas you would receive whether the good nice evergreen round pea or get the one everyone always threw out just because it look a little rotten or just a strange dark, brownish…

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    Chatsworth, California resides in the northwestern corner of the San Fernando Valley, bordered by the Santa Susana mountains to the north, Porter Ranch and Northridge to the east, Winnetka, West Hills, and Canoga Park to the south, and Simi Valley and Ventura County to the west. Around 8,000 years ago, Chatsworth was originally inhabited by several different Native American tribes: the Tongva-Fernandeno, Chumash-Venturano, and the Tataviam-Fernandeno. Stoney Point was the home of the…

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    Judith Francisca Baca

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    The Great Wall of Los Angeles is one of the longest murals that exists in history. The great wall was built in the year of 1976 with a team of many youths, artists, and historians that collaborated under the direction of very well-known Chicana artist Judith Francisca Baca. Judith wanted to make sure that the young people understood the artwork they created. Therefore, historians, scholars, ethnologists and community members met with participants throughout the process. The objective was to…

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    For example, recently in Simi Valley, there have been many worried people especially mothers of young children that expressed their sincere concern and demanded to know what was going on with their surroundings, since they, the mothers of children, started to notice that many young children were getting diagnosed with childhood cancers that were rare. They wanted further and deeper examinations being done on the land near the Santa Susana Field Laboratory located in the hills above Simi Valley…

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    Pest control is an important part of agriculture. This is essential to keep the agriculture products intact and useful for human consumption, in short, to keep it free from any pest or insects' pest control is necessary. Rat exterminator in San Fernando Valley is been provided by the different agencies and dealers authorized to provide these services to the clients. There are different methods of Pest and Rat control. The technicians providing the pest control in San Fernando Valley use…

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    Baker County is a rural county located in Eastern Oregon. It’s total population size is around 16,000 people and is 3,000 square miles. A majority of the county’s land is considered farmland. Farming attributes to a large number of Baker County’s employment. Due to recessions and the advancement of technology we have seen fluctuations and shifts throughout Oregon and especially Baker County. These fluctuations and shifts are seen in population, employment, job industry’s, and housing. I…

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    The Fernando Meirelles' City of God offers an assortment of clarifications for the brutality it portrays, however at last exhibits viciousness - inside the city and inside its characters - as something past representation, understanding, or escape. Intentions are proposed, however, appeared to be lacking to represent the level and pervasiveness of brutality. Contrasting options to viciousness are enunciated, just to be undermined. The formal procedures embraced by the City of God are themselves…

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    institutions and how weak and extractive ones will continue to fail its citizens. Third, policies. These mainly center around economic policies that involved prioritizing private business interests over competitive efficiency. Such policies included protectionism, regulation that blocked competition and discouraged entry into the market, and fiscal and expenditure policies that worsened inequality. Other policies aside from economic ones also discouraged public investment and scientific and…

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