Interim Housing provides safe temporary accommodations for people who otherwise have nowhere to spend the night.

These may be  congregate or non-congregate settings, and some serve specific populations, such as men, women, families, seniors, youth emancipating from foster care, adults discharged from hospitals or exiting jails, domestic violence survivors, and people needing health care, mental health care, and/or substance use disorder treatment.

The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA)’s 2021 Housing Inventory Count found the LA region’s shelter capacity on any given night is 24,616 beds, a 57% increase over three years. About 5,000 of those beds receive funding from Measure H.

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