I Had A Back Row Seat to Welfare Reform

Once upon a time, I had a corner office in an 1880’s era converted church building in one of Southern California’s oldest towns, where I’d grown up in an orange grove.

At this church building, we gave out bread, emergency groceries, clothes, Christmas presents, motel vouchers, gas vouchers, helped people with rent or utilities, and eventually, helped homeless families get jobs and decent places…

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Over 500 million views and 5 million published words, top writer in health and social media. Author of 50 books, former exec, Nebula nominee.

Amy Sterling Casil

Over 500 million views and 5 million published words, top writer in health and social media. Author of 50 books, former exec, Nebula nominee.