With strategies and funding from the Homeless Initiative, Los Angeles County departments and agencies contract with more than 100 community-based nonprofit organizations to provide services to people experiencing homelessness or at risk of losing their homes.
Throughout Los Angeles County’s eight Service Planning Areas, from the Antelope Valley to the South Bay, these Measure H-funded service providers are on the frontlines of helping their unhoused neighbors get a roof over their heads and a range of services to help them get back on their feet.
Wherever reasonable, the Homeless Initiative allocates Measure H funding regionally to each Service Planning Area, based on their percentage of the Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count.
The funds are administered by one or more lead County departments and agencies, such as the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority or the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services. They then contract with community-based organizations and local government entities to provide direct services and/or rental subsidies.
Some Measure H funding is utilized countywide, rather than by Service Planning Area. These include funding for strategies to provide services and rental subsidies for permanent supportive housing; interim/bridge housing for those exiting institutions; and increase employment for homeless adults by supporting social enterprise/subsidized employment for homeless adults.
Click below to download a list of Los Angeles County’s Measure H-funded contracts with service providers across all service planning areas. Please note the list does not include subcontracting agreements.
Measure H-funded Service Provider Contract in the County’s Service Planning Areas
Service Planning Area 1
San Fernando Valley
Service Planning Area 2
San Gabriel Valley
Service Planning Area 3
Service Planning Area 4