The 7th Avenue Village in Hacienda Heights is one of 24 Project Homekey sites being developed to provide urgently needed housing for people experiencing homeless across Los Angeles County. When this project is completed (anticipated in November 2024), it will provide a stable home for 142 people pre-screened by local homeless service providers and provided with a full suite of wraparound services and supports—including two onsite managers, 24/7 staff on site, substance use disorder treatment, mental health care access, and more. This combination of housing and services is called “permanent supportive housing” and it has a proven track record of moving people from homelessness into stable and productive lives.

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Changing Lives One Room at a Time

The former Motel 6 in Hacienda Heights is being converted into housing for 142 people as part of the County’s Homekey.

Repurposing with Purpose

After serving as a Project Roomkey site during the COVID-19 pandemic, the former Motel 6 in Hacienda Heights is being converted into Permanent Supportive Housing units to house 142 individuals, plus on-site managers. When the project is completed in November 2024, each unit will have undergone a complete renovation and the property will be transformed into a place to help people rebuild their lives. Learn more about the project by watching this short video.

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