WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE PART OF A CITY AND COUNTY-WIDE COLLABORATION TO END HOMELESSNESS?
On any given night across the City of Los Angeles, more than 34,000 Angelenos call our shelters, streets, alleyways, ravines, and riverbeds home. It is time to end this human tragedy. Click here to sign up.
In the fall of 2016, Proposition HHH, a $1.2B housing bond, passed overwhelmingly in Los Angeles to provide up to 10,000 new units of permanent supportive housing, an effective, compassionate, and permanent solution to caring for homeless Angelenos. A few months later, voters across L.A. County passed a measure to fund homelessness services, which is expected to generate up to $3.5B over the next ten years. Download our safe parking report.
But housing doesn’t get built overnight. We need your help today!
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The Days of Compassion Civic University is a 3 day training session is to provide congregants, lay leaders, clergy and advocates within the faith community focused on providing comprehensive engagement, resources and education to participants as well as assisting with the development individual service plans for attendees.to develop a strong foundation for homeless service partnership. The three day training session takes place on October 18, October 20, and October 25.
Offer safe spaces and supportive services that restore dignity and rekindle optimism for homeless Angelenos. That can include serving hot meals, hosting mobile showers in your parking lot, offering recreation programs, serving family-style meals, sponsoring Laundry of Love, giving access to your facility’s restrooms, co-locating homeless outreach teams in your building, or offering space for Angelenos to store their belongings during the day while they look for jobs and housing, mailboxes, blanket exchanges, recreational classes, art workshops, case management services and more. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for support and we will connect you with a homeless service provider in your area.
If your faith community is interested in developing available land (including parking lots or other vacant property) for homeless facilities or permanent supportive housing, please contact the Department of City Planning at (213) 202-5456 or email@example.com for a complimentary assessment of your real estate. For more information, click here.
Whether you have funding to donate to a new permanent supportive housing complex, an an architect with a brilliant idea for integrating affordable housing into our communities, or a landlord who wants to rent to homeless veterans, everyone in Los Angeles has a part to play in solving L.A.'s homelessness crisis and affordability crunch.
Tell us how you'd like to get involved or what resources you need, and we'll add you to our affordable and permanent supportive housing resource directory!
If your faith community is interested in expanding the conversation around homelessness, you could invite a member of SpeakUp! – an advocacy program led by formerly homeless Angelenos – to give remarks during a weekly service. You can also contact your area representatives at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up tour of a Permanent Supportive Housing site in your area.