We are thrilled to announce that we’ve updated our taxonomy to better reflect the needs of our members. Many, many thanks to our numerous partners and collaborators who provided their thoughtful feedback, especially Los Angeles County Department of Health Services,
We’ve added a new community property for individuals seeking asylum. The property is part of Affinity Groups and is labeled “community-asylum-seeker”. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Our Properties Master list includes a new category, “Source” to record information about the original source of a resource. As part of this new category, we’ve included properties to track the name of the source (source-name) and a source identification number (source-id). We added a new
The category “Age Groups” was removed from our Properties Master. We consolidated the age group properties with the communities properties within the “Affinity Groups” category. Here is a summary of changes: Deleted properties: ‘for-children’, ‘for-adults’, ‘for-teens’ , ‘for-young-adults’ and ‘for-seniors’ Replaced ‘for-children’
Our Properties Master list includes a new category, “Service Area” that defines the area where a community resource is available. As part of this new category, we’ve included separate properties for every county in California, each state in the US and nation-wide for
As One Degree’s Resource Manager, I am responsible for maintaining, collecting and organizing the thousands of community resources featured on our site. It’s no easy task as our database continues to grow and the range of resources expands everyday. My