Permanent Housing strategies lift people out of homelessness by providing either short- or long-term rental subsidies in combination with varied levels of supportive services.

The Los Angeles County Departments of Health Services (DHS), Mental Health (DMH), Public Health (DPH),  Children and Family Services (DCFS), and Public Social Services (DPSS), along with the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) and the Los Angeles Homeless Community Development Corporation (LACDA), all receive Measure H funding to provide permanent housing.

According to LAHSA’s 2021 Housing Inventory Count and Shelter Count, permanent housing slots throughout the LA region increased 16% to 33,592 slots over the last three years. Meanwhile, placement of clients into permanent housing increased 74% on an annual basis between 2015 and 2020.

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