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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Union Station is Saving Lives in the San Gabriel Valley

A staggering 4,282 people are currently experiencing homelessness in the San Gabriel Valley. This enormous figure has service providers like Union Station struggling to find both short- and long-term solutions for unhoused…

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Meet St. Joseph Center

As Angelenos, many of us walk down streets every day where people are sleeping in tents, resting under blankets or sitting in makeshift shelters. If we can, we offer some money or…

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Stories from the Front Lines of Homelessness

Note: There is an upcoming Stories from the Frontline event at Mariachi Plaza in Boyle Heights on November 8. Read about the Venice event below, and you’ll see why you need to…

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What We’ve Accomplished

All across the Southland, activated citizens like you are demanding fair and compassionate solutions to our homelessness crisis. By speaking out and showing up, we’re already changing the lives of our unhoused…

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Homeless Count webinar this Friday

Homelessness dipped in L.A. and countywide, but more people are living on the streets for the first time. What do the numbers mean? Join us at today (Friday) at noon pst for…

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It’s Not About Numbers. It’s About People

First, the bad news: The streets of Los Angeles don’t look especially encouraging. The Homeless Services Authority has just released their findings from the 2018 Homeless Count, and 53,195 Angelenos are living…

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