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2022

All Things are Possible 600 541 CVillacorte

All Things are Possible

Rae Lynn, 31, a single mother to a 14-year old son, experienced homelessness for two years after experiencing a physical injury and losing her job. She reached out to family for assistance but was not able to get any help.…

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Listening Sessions: We want to hear from you. 600 541 CVillacorte

Listening Sessions: We want to hear from you.

VIRTUAL COMMUNITY LISTENING SESSIONS The Los Angeles County Homeless Initiative is holding a series of community listening sessions to strengthen strategies for addressing and preventing homelessness. We value your leadership on this issue and would like to hear from you.…

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Library Becomes Apartments for Unhoused Youth 600 541 CVillacorte

Library Becomes Apartments for Unhoused Youth

Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn joined Linc Housing, Jovenes, and County officials for a ribbon cutting for The Nook, a new supportive housing development with 26 apartments for young adults ages 18-24 who have struggled with homelessness. The project…

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Helping People Move Out of RVs and into Homes 600 541 CVillacorte

Helping People Move Out of RVs and into Homes

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a motion authored by Chair, Holly J. Mitchell and co-authored by Supervisor Kathryn Barger, that builds on the County’s commitment to addressing the homelessness crisis by establishing a countywide RV encampment pilot program prioritizing hot spot areas where crime…

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Landmark Settlement to Address Homelessness 600 541 CVillacorte

Landmark Settlement to Address Homelessness

$236 Million settlement in L.A. Alliance for Human Rights lawsuit will fund extensive County outreach and services in collaboration with the City of LA Click here for more information on the settlement and a fact sheet. Los Angeles County announced a landmark settlement…

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Never Give Up Hope 600 541 CVillacorte

Never Give Up Hope

Theresa, 68, was first connected to Safe Parking and later received help from a case manager with The People Concern, a Measure H-funded service provider, which completed housing referrals and an Emergency Housing Voucher Interest Assessment. This led to temporary…

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2022 Homeless Count Results 600 541 CVillacorte

2022 Homeless Count Results

Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count Suggests Pandemic-era Policies Prevented Surge in Homelessness More information available in LAHSA’s press conference presentation, press release, slide deck, and data summaries The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) released the results of the 2022…

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Get to Know Some of Our Homeless Services Providers 600 541 CVillacorte

Get to Know Some of Our Homeless Services Providers

Rehousing LA is shining a light on some of our homeless services providers and telling their stories. Get to know Pamela, a vocational case manager at St. Joseph Center. And Scott, a peer specialist at the VA. There’s also Juana,…

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L.A’.s first street psychiatrist transforming homeless lives 600 541 CVillacorte

L.A’.s first street psychiatrist transforming homeless lives

Los Angeles Times reporter Doug Smith joined Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health psychiatrist Dr. Shayan Rab on his sidewalk rounds as the leader of a small but growing initiative in street-based treatment that is beginning to make inroads…

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Not Too Late for Charles 600 541 CVillacorte

Not Too Late for Charles

Charles, 63, was chronically homeless for four years in Inglewood because of financial instability, mental health issues, and alcohol abuse. The LAHSA outreach team temporarily housed Charles through Project Roomkey, but he struggled with the rules and again became homeless.…

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