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Capitol Hill Briefing Scheduled for April 15th About Homelessness and Mental Illness
Date:4/13/2009

o are homeless to have strong personal relations or connections. The person living on the corner is still a person and needs friendship and people who care about them.

    Speakers at the April 15th afternoon briefing include:
    -- Steve Lopez, LA Times journalist and best-selling author of 'The
       Soloist: A Lost Dream, an Unlikely Friendship and the Redemptive Power
       of Music'
    -- Steve Berg, Vice President of Policy and Programs, National Alliance to
       End Homelessness, Washington, DC
    -- Tom Hameline, Senior Vice President of Programs, HELP USA, New York, NY
    -- Casey Horan, Executive Director, Lamp Community, Los Angeles, CA
    -- Hyacinth King, formerly homeless resident and board member, Project
       H.O.M.E.
    -- Bob Carolla, Director of Media Relations, National Alliance on Mental
       Illness, Arlington, VA
    -- Deborah DeSantis, President and CEO, Corporation for Supportive
       Housing, New York, NY
    -- Sister Mary Scullion, Executive Director, Project H.O.M.E.,
       Philadelphia, PA

Media Outlets interested in attending the briefing or requiring more information should contact Amanda Krusemark; akrusemark@naeh.org; (202) 942- 8281.

About The Soloist

The Soloist, starring Jamie Foxx and Robert Downey, Jr., directed by Joe Wright, will be released by Paramount Pictures to theaters nationwide on April 24th. A DreamWorks Pictures/Universal Pictures presentation in association with Studio Canal and Participant Media, the film is based on the true story of the relationship between Los Angeles Times columnist Steve Lopez and Nathaniel Anthony Ayers, a gifted Juilliard-trained string player whose mental illness landed him among the homeless on the streets of Los Angeles. Featuring the Los
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SOURCE The National Alliance to End Homelessness
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