The Action Plan

On February 9, 2016, the Board of Supervisors unanimously approved an action plan to combat and prevent homelessness, which resulted from an unprecedented and inclusive planning process involving more than 100 community groups, 30 cities and County experts in 18 policy summits.

In February 2016, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a landmark plan that represents the most comprehensive effort ever undertaken by the County to combat homelessness. The strategies aim to attack the root causes of homelessness and lift thousands of families and individuals out of homelessness and into better lives.

Implementation Planning Process

Interest Form here.

Approved Strategies

Community engagement is vital in developing coordinated strategies to effectively combat homelessness. The Homeless Initiative released the draft recommended strategies on January 7, 2016. Over 200 organizations and individuals provided comments by the deadline of January 21, 2016.

The County’s approved strategies can be viewed here.

Draft Recommendations and Public Comments

The County’s draft recommended strategies can be viewed here.

The public comments and the Homeless Initiative’s response can be found here.