Measure H Success Stories

Through this unprecedented movement, thousands of individuals and families already have been helped through a major expansion of outreach, emergency shelter, rapid rehousing, supportive housing, as well as benefits advocacy for homeless disabled adults – in all parts of the County.  Get to know some of the people whose lives have been touched by Measure H.

Mr. Davis stayed at West Side Vets in Inglewood for seven years after declining health issues forced him and his family into homelessness. He faced three challenges; finding property owners...

Carlos Romero had been homeless in the Tujunga Wash for over 20 years. He was invisible to the world until an Intensive Case Management Services (ICMS) Street Based Engagement team...

After Christine Knowles’ mother passed away, her sister took over the estate, changed her lease agreement, and ultimately displaced her from her home. Being involved in an Unlawful Detainer court...

Calvin Alford is an Army Veteran from the 11th Bravo Infantry. His experience with homelessness began in December 2017 due to an unfortunate chain of events while living with family...

Arwatha Whitfield had successfully maintained her rental unit for over 20 years until one summer her nieces came to stay with her and did not leave! She did not want...