From KCAL Eyewitness news:
"As Southern California works to find solutions for the nearly 60,000 people living without permanent shelter, the Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters offers a possible bridge out of homelessness with a program called the Brother's Keeper.
"For more than three years, Alicia Jimenez, 49, found herself living on the streets with her daughters after losing her home to what she calls fraud.
"Things took a positive turn when one of her daughters helped enroll her at a community college to learn English. This is when she discovered the Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters and inquired about the Brother's Keeper program.
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