Quarterly Report 11: A dynamic countywide movement creating lasting change

While movements take time to build, thousands of individuals and families already have been helped through a major expansion of outreach, emergency shelter, rapid rehousing, permanent supportive housing and benefits advocacy for homeless disabled adults – in all parts of the County

The Homeless Initiative’s 11th quarterly report includes 15 months of Measure H outcomes and shows that we are making measurable progress across the full scope of the County’s commitment to combat and prevent homelessness.

This is a community-wide undertaking made possible only through sustained collaboration among dedicated service providers, County departments, civic leaders, cities, business, labor, faith-based institutions and community coalitions —and a galvanized public—who share the mission to prevent and combat homelessness in L.A. County.

As the critical work continues, there is a powerful sense of community and hope across Los Angeles County that, together, we can bring our homeless neighbors home and enact lasting change.