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Homeless Initiative Unveils $556.4M Spending Plan 1024 850 admin

Homeless Initiative Unveils $556.4M Spending Plan

As part of its continuing budget process, the Los Angeles County Homeless Initiative released a preliminary draft spending plan of $556.4 million for fiscal year 2022-2023. The amount represents a 5.5% increase over the $527.1 million approved for the current…

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Entering a New Phase with Homekey

LA County is Converting More Hotels and Motels Being Converted into Housing Homekey is an innovative partnership between Los Angeles County and the State of California to purchase and rehabilitate properties, including hotels and motels, and convert them into housing…

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Together in Service

LA County is Surveying Faith Communities to Support Their Homeless Services Faith-Based Organizations have a time-honored tradition of service to people in need, providing compassion, charitable donations, safe haven, and more, in the practice of their beliefs. Since its inception,…

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LA County Housed 80,000 People Over 5 Years 600 541 admin

LA County Housed 80,000 People Over 5 Years

But with homelessness still on the rise, new strategies are being rolled out to help the growing numbers of people experiencing  homelessness. Los Angeles County has housed about 80,000 people experiencing homelessness over the last five years – about 1.5…

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The Brine breaks ground in Lincoln Heights

Los Angeles County is among the partners in a new affordable housing project called The Brine, which wiill provide 72 permanent supportive and affordable housing units in Lincoln Heights.

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2021 Housing and Shelter Inventory Count

The homeless rehousing system has shown a strong performance in the past year despite the profound challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, based on the results of the 2021 Housing Inventory Count (HIC) and Shelter Count released by the Los…

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A Gateway to fight homelessness

With homelessness on the rise throughout southeast Los Angeles County, the Board of Supervisors has infused an additional $860,000 into a multifaceted effort led by the Gateway Cities Council of Governments to identify and house homeless individuals and families. The…

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Making an Immediate Impact on the Homeless Crisis

On a motion by Supervisors Mark Ridley-Thomas and Michael Antonovich, the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved investing $15 million on programs to rapidly rehouse the homeless and to prevent families and individuals from becoming homeless. The money would come…

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SCV News: SCV Homeless Shelter Might Open Early, But Not This Week

Bridge to Home will not be opening its emergency homeless shelter in Santa Clarita on Thursday despite pressure from the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors to do so… Read the full article here: http://scvnews.com/2015/10/14/scv-homeless-shelter-might-open-early-but-not-this-week/  

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Pasadena Star News: L.A. County supervisors to spend $15M on homeless housing programs 750 499 admin

Pasadena Star News: L.A. County supervisors to spend $15M on homeless housing programs

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed Tuesday to spend $15 million to fund housing programs for the county’s homeless. The plan, authored by Supervisors Mark Ridley-Thomas and Michael Antonovich, will create and fund… Read full article here:…

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