It’s time to accept L.A. County’s homelessness crisis for what it is: a housing crisis.

It is the result of decades of bad policies and underinvestment. We know what we need to do.

Everyone In is a community movement to end our homelessness and housing crisis by fighting for solutions we know work: affordable and supportive housing in every part of L.A. County. We do not accept that homelessness is normal, deserved, or someone else’s problem. We believe we all have a responsibility to act and recent elections show that the majority of L.A. County is with us.

We are residents, business leaders, labor organizers, advocates, service providers, and elected officials. One neighbor at a time, we’re mobilizing people across L.A. County to speak out and advocate for the housing and services so many people desperately need.

Everyone deserves a safe and stable home, whether it’s the single mother who has struggled her whole life with trauma and mental illness, the high school student who works nights to help his family buy groceries, or the elderly woman living on a fixed income. Everyone deserves a home.

For the first time in decades, voters have set aside significant funding to increase the supply of affordable housing and invest in homeless services. We’ve already helped get more than 5,000 units of supportive housing into the construction pipeline. We’re getting people off the streets and into housing in record numbers, but our housing crisis isn’t going away overnight.

Our mandate:

  • Lift up the hidden stories of progress in the work to end homelessness
  • Activate every resident to fight for housing in every neighborhood
  • Keep up the political pressure for real solutions in every part of L.A. County

We cannot let this opportunity pass. This is a critical moment to stand up for solutions that work.

We will speak out – as long as it takes – until we bring everyone in.

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