Homelessness is a complex problem and there’s no one-size-fits-all solution.

The plan for allocating Measure H and Proposition HHH funding includes a combination of steps for preventing homelessness and resources for helping those in need of housing.

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of the strategies are working together to end homelessness.

Hover over the pie chart to the right and see how the money is being spent.

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To create a coordinated system

Funds used to strengthen coordination among departments and service providers so people can be matched to the most appropriate housing and services, as well as expand and enhance the Countywide Outreach System, Emergency Shelter System, and services for transition-age youth

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To subsidize housing for those who qualify

Funds used to help people find rental housing and provide financial help to move into homes as soon as possible

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Supportive housing

Funds used to provide supportive housing (with on-site services) to the most vulnerable people and those with mental and other health conditions

To see these funds in action, watch this video detailing the journey of 14 homeless individuals as they transition from the streets and into homes. Through the services and support they received, they were able to get back on their feet and rebuild. This is what we’re fighting for.

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To increase incomes for those who need it most

Funds used to expand training programs and employment opportunities so people can earn enough to afford rent in L.A.

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To increase affordable housing countywide

Funds used to develop more affordable housing units faster and in more cost-effective ways

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To prevent homelessness countywide

Funds used to prevent more people from falling into homelessness by providing them with rental assistance and legal services to fight unlawful eviction

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To administer the programs

Miscellaneous costs of administering all the programs