Our Neighbors in Supportive Housing

We’re excited about all the supportive housing L.A. is creating for people experiencing homelessness, but we need to remember that 8,424 isn’t just a number—it represents real homes for real people. These…

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We voted. We’re building.

Three years ago this month, people in the city of L.A. voted to tax themselves in order to create housing for their most vulnerable neighbors experiencing homelessness. Prop. HHH passed with more…

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Domestic Violence & Homelessness

A NOTE: The following blog addresses domestic violence, with discussion of its impact during and after the abuse. Some may find this topic triggering. In this instance of connecting domestic violence and…

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Everyone In | These Streets

Everyone In is thrilled to announce our partnership with These Streets Magazine to produce short documentary films that tell the powerful, complex stories of homelessness in Los Angeles, as well as the efforts of…

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Stories From The Frontline, Mar Vista

Last week, hundreds of West L.A. residents, organizers, and activists gathered at Coffee Connection in Mar Vista to hear stories from their neighbors. Like most of our Stories From The Frontline events,…

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Moving from ‘Encampment to Home’

In recent years, homeless encampments have become one of the defining features of Los Angeles County’s landscape. There are many reasons why people experiencing homelessness may live in encampments, including the natural…

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What the Newest Member of the L.A. City Council Promised Us

The people of the northwest San Fernando Valley have cast their votes, and they’ve chosen John Lee to represent them on the Los Angeles City Council. We’d like to thank both Lee…

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CD12 Candidate Forum

Last night’s Housing and Homelessness Candidate Forum in Northridge was a huge success, and we are so appreciative to the over 200 North Valley residents who came out, asked questions, and stayed…

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Stories from the Frontline: Hollywood

The stories that circulate about homelessness too often have one thing in common: They don’t come from the people who have experienced it. That’s exactly why Everyone In: Stories from the Frontline…

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