The community responds to COVID-19

Over 2,000 people recently joined us on a video call to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on our housing and homelessness crisis. We were joined by homeless service providers, outreach workers, and…

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10 ways you can help during the pandemic

This is a difficult and confusing time. Many of us are navigating a new normal and have questions about what to do and how we can support our neighbors experiencing homelessness during…

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Meet Jeannie and Amanda

Over the past few weeks, we have been fortunate to join outreach workers across L.A. County to witness the work they do to end homelessness in their communities. All of their great…

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Responding to COVID-19

How are homeless agencies responding to COVID-19? We’ve been hearing a lot of understandable concern pertaining to COVID-19 and its impact on people experiencing homelessness in L.A. County. We are encouraged to…

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What are people doing to end homelessness across L.A. County?

We get this question all the time. The answer is: a lot. Three years ago this past week, the voters of L.A. County passed Measure H and dedicated unprecedented resources to fighting…

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We are postponing Gather 2020

Out of an abundance of caution regarding the recent outbreak of COVID-19, we’re postponing Gather Everyone In 2020. This annual event, where we come together as a community to lift each other…

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Black History Month: World Day of Justice

“Black History Month must be more than just a month of remembrance; it should be a tribute to our history and reminder of the work that lies in the months and years…

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Long Beach: Say yes to housing

This year, nearly 4,000 people will experience homelessness in Long Beach. They are foster kids, seniors, veterans, survivors of domestic violence, and working adults. Homelessness is Long Beach’s number one problem and…

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Let’s keep going, Long Beach

On Tuesday, January 7, five members of the Long Beach City Council voted to take solutions to our city’s homelessness crisis off the table.  They had an opportunity, after years of studies…

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