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Bridge Housing for Families Opens in Old Hollywood Mansion

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Bridge housing for families opens in old Hollywood mansion

HOLLYWOOD (Curbed LA)– A new bridge housing facility that will provide wraparound services to 40 young women and their children opened October 16 in a pink old mansion in Hollywood.

Known today as the Wallis House, the century-old pink former Italianate-style residence facing Hollywood Boulevard will be managed by Aviva Family and Children’s Services, which has provided services and housing for foster youth in the neighborhood for over 100 years.

In its new role, Wallis House will serve women between the ages of 18 and 24, including mothers with young children, who are transitioning out of homelessness. Fifteen families moved in today, with a goal of serving up to 40 families at the 42-bed facility. […]

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