Channel your passion into action

Ending chronic homelessness across L.A. will take more than righteous indignation and good intentions. We must organize and act together, starting in our own communities. It’s time to step up and start doing more than just talking about change. We need people who are ready to show up, speak up, and fight for solutions like supportive housing, especially when it means standing up to NIMBY neighbors and putting pressure on elected officials to act with urgency.

Everyone in L.A. County has a responsibility to make this a place we can be proud of, and that starts by making sure everyone has a home to call their own. No matter how much time or experience you have, we have a way for you to help.

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Your voice matters

In fights like these, real people acting as true advocates make all the difference. Sign up to attend a two-hour speaker training and learn the ins and outs of our campaign. Help us convince fellow Angelenos that everyone deserves a home.

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It’s your call

Work to ensure that our neighbors know the truth about supportive housing. Don’t let them miss out on this historic opportunity for real action and lasting solutions.

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Canvass

Across the city, one person, one door, and a world of possibilities. Talk to your neighbors. Talk to other people’s neighbors. Be the face of solutions, like supportive housing, that actually work.

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House Party

Going down to City Hall isn’t the only way to speak out in favor of solutions like supportive housing. Talking to your friends, family, and neighbors in the comfort of your own home can be a powerful tool for getting the rest of your community up to speed and on board.

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