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Empty DoorHomeless Count 2018

Thanks to strong political leadership, coordinated social services, and people like you, homelessness across L.A. County decreased by 4%. The plan is working but we must do more to ensure that everyone has a home.

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Empty DoorWhat we’ve accomplished since July 1, 2017

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Partners are helping people move back home and create stable lives

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People have been interviewed by outreach teams that connect individuals to housing and supportive services

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People in families prevented from becoming homeless

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Units of supportive housing approved

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Empty DoorBy 2022 we will:

Move people home, permanently
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Prevent people from becoming homeless
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Approve supportive housing
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Track supportive housing in your district

Homelessness is not an isolated problem in L.A., which is why we need supportive housing in every neighborhood. Is your elected official doing their part? Keep track of how much progress your neighborhood is making.
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Empty DoorFind Your Neighborhood

Homelessness is not an isolated issue. Everyone across L.A. must pitch in to help.

We need everyone to be champions of ending homelessness across Los Angeles County. Explore the map to keep track of how much progress your neighborhood is making.
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Tell your elected leaders to back supportive housing across L.A. County. Send a postcard and we will share it with your representative!

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News & Updates

3,097 units of supportive and affordable housing in the works

Two years ago, L.A. voters committed $1.2 billion to build homes for people experiencing homelessness. It was an extraordinary statement about our shared humanity and, along with Measure H, opened the door…

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Stories from the Frontline: Boyle Heights

The vibe at last night’s Stories from the Frontline event in Boyle Heights was electric. More than 200 people came out to hear people from the neighborhood who have overcome homelessness, addiction, and domestic…

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4 Reasons Why We Need More Affordable Housing in L.A. Now

In L.A., housing costs eat up an average of 47 percent of residents’ income—more than any other major U.S. city. Much has been written about how L.A.’s sky-high rents are destroying the…

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The Never-Ending Effort To Heal and House L.A.’s Homeless

Rudy Salinas is tired. Last night, at two in the morning, he received a call from one of his clients, asking for help breaking into her own car. She’d been sleeping in…

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