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July 2019

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Sylmar armory women’s shelter property being purchased for $2.99 million, moves closer to construction

A long-anticipated women’s homeless shelter at the U.S. National Guard armory in Sylmar could begin construction soon, with a $2.99 million purchase deal set to go through at the end of the month. The temporary housing facility also now has a name: The Arroyo. read more
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Rent control campaigns win and new report links high rents to increasing homelessness

The 2019 Homeless Count paints a dire picture of L.A.’s homelessness crisis, including a 12 percent increase in people living on the streets. Skyrocketing rents, evictions and flat wages are leading to homelessness for tens of thousands of people. Now, more than ever, we need permanent rent caps and eviction protections to keep a roof over every head. read more
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Faces on the Journey Home: Danielle

“A home is your closure, your restoration.”

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Faces on the Journey Home: Dominique

“Faces on the Journey Home” is our new series featuring individuals who have emerged from homelessness with hope and a renewed sense of purpose. Dominique, and the others featured, put a human face on the homeless crisis and shatter the…

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Faces on the Journey Home: Reginald

“It could happen to anybody.”

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Faces on the Journey Home: Rockey

“I got my key and cried.”

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Faces on the Journey Home: Travis

“Everyone is human. No one deserves to be homeless.”

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Expanding investment in fighting homelessness

County Supervisors are continuing their commitment to fighting homelessness with a $460 million investment in year three of Measure H. While citing milestones made to date, they also noted challenges that will require collaboration between all levels of government and…

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A two-for-one tenant bill now includes rent cap and eviction protections

One of the few remaining tenant protection measures still alive in the California Capitol became a two-for-one bill this weekend, after lawmakers amended rent cap legislation to include eviction restrictions. read more
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