Information re Homelessness resources in LA


From the Mayor’s Office
We are committed transparency and accountability in our initiatives to end homelessness in LA.  Below you will find tracking dashboards for spending associated with both Measure H (county) and Proposition HHH (city). They are below:
 
·  A summary of the impact of efforts throughout Los Angeles County to address and end homelessness, through the support of Measure H and other resources. Includes all homeless people or people at risk of homelessness served during the time-period.
·  A progress tracker for efforts to build supportive housing in the City of Los Angeles, utilizing resources drawn from Proposition HHH.
You can also find the most up-to-date homeless count information here and Coordinated Entry System data here.
 
Additional resources:
 
Learn About Bridge Housing: While thousands of units of supportive housing are being built to house homeless Angelenos, we need opportunities now for our neighbors living on the streets to move indoors. That’s why Mayor Garcetti launched A Bridge Home, his initiative to open bridge housing across our city and provide a path for homeless Angelenos to move off the streets and get all the support they need to transition to permanent housing. Learn more about A Bridge Home and the role it plays in our plan to end homelessness.
 

LA HOP – Los Angeles County Homeless Outreach Portal: You can connect homeless Angelenos in your neighborhood with the support and services they need to start a new chapter. Measure H dollars are at work — expanding outreach teams by hiring hundreds of new workers who are delivering help to the streets. La HOP is a new online portal that allows Angelenos to pinpoint the location of their homeless neighbors — so that outreach workers can meet them where they are.Help connect people to services at LA-HOP.org.

 
Join the Everyone In Campaign: Everyone In is a campaign powered by the United Way of Greater L.A. that brings together a coalition of nonprofit organizations, businesses, labor and community leaders, and everyday Angelenos to deliver on the promise of Measure H and Proposition HHH. The ballot initiatives were passed by voters in 2016 and 2017 to end homelessness by creating thousands of units of supportive housing across L.A., and delivering anti-addiction, housing, and mental health services that will help Angelenos stay off the streets for good. Visit EveryoneInLA.org to join the coalition and champion supportive housing in your community.

 

Volunteer LA: Our VolunteerLA portal connects Angelenos with meaningful opportunities to make a difference in our communities. You can give your time, talent, and energy to projects that can change--even save--lives. Many of the VolunteerLA projects assist Angelenos struggling with homelessness or transitioning into new homes – including serving hot meals to homeless veterans, tutoring homeless students, distributing hygiene supplies to people living on the streets, mentoring families moving into housing, and more. Go to Volunteer.LAMayor.org to sign up to volunteer for service opportunities across our city.