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Preservation

Former homeless army veteran Ignacio Buenrostro applies caulking as he works on restoring an 1887 Victorian home in Heritage Square, Los Angeles, California. Buenrostro is from New Directions, a long-term drug and alcohol treatment program which provides food, shelter, support and rehabilitation for veterans. The veterans are paid for their work and learn preservation crafts and construction skills. According to New Directions, Los Angeles has the largest population of homeless military veterans in the United States.
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