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LA Homeless Services Authority
The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority is the lead agency to prevent & end homelessness in LA County. 2018 Homeless Count results:
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LAVC FRC Nov 19
Thanks to and we are hiring a social worker to join our and work with and . Please and have people get in touch! roosevm@lavc.edu
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LA Homeless Services Authority Nov 15
The board voted to study using district property to house and their families.
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David E. Ryu Nov 15
Today was a big day. I joined , advocates & neighbors to start work on the Gardner St. Women's Bridge Housing Center. Opening next summer, it will provide beds, services & hope to women facing . Thank you all who made it happen-->
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LA Homeless Services Authority Nov 14
It’s National Homeless Youth Awareness Month, and the Westside Coalition will focus on programs for at its meeting tomorrow morning: is an alliance of 50 social service organizations, public agencies and faith communities.
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LA Homeless Services Authority Nov 14
's community legal clinic tomorrow morning will provide access to a variety of resources, including expungements, a parking citation clinic, employment resources, homeless resources, and applications for and Medi-Cal.
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LA Homeless Services Authority Nov 14
“When we take into account factors such as the rising cost of college and tuition coupled with consistently skyrocketing rent, we know that it becomes harder and harder to be a low-income student."— 's Alec Vandenberg
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LA Homeless Services Authority Nov 9
LAHSA and our partners are supporting efforts to help our unhoused neighbors during wildfires. Red Cross shelters have been set up for those impacted by the recent fires.
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LA Homeless Services Authority Nov 9
Replying to @mominLAcity
This is a beautiful thread. Thank you for looking out for your neighbors and connecting them to resources.
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pointsourceyouth Nov 2
Host Home Programs in California are transforming the lives of young people in areas where youth experience some of the highest rates of homelessness in the country. Listen to these young ppl's stories and how opening up one's home to a young person can make all the difference.
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LA Homeless Services Authority Nov 5
Replying to @jay_ammon
Hi Jay, if you need help with housing you can submit a request for help through or call our hotline at (213) 225-6581.
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LA Homeless Services Authority Nov 2
We have received so many productive comments on our draft policy guidance for local responses to street-based that we have extended the public comment deadline to December 3. Read the guidance: Submit your comments:
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LA Homeless Services Authority Nov 2
Meet John. He’s using his own experience with homelessness to improve the homeless services system. November is National Homeless Youth Awareness Month. More than 3,000 people under the age of 24 experience homelessness on any given night in LA County.
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LA Homeless Services Authority Oct 31
Replying to @Chris39225448
Hey Chris, thanks for your interest! You can stay up to date on Homeless Count news by entering your email address in the "Get Updates" section on our Homeless Count website:
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LA Homeless Services Authority Oct 31
Declaring a shelter crisis allows us to apply for state Homeless Emergency Aid Program funding, which will be used to provide immediate emergency assistance to people experiencing homelessness & to streamline procedures that slow construction
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LA Homeless Services Authority Oct 31
Of course--someone from our outreach department will contact Casey. Please consider deleting the tweet with his email address so he doesn't get spammed.
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LA Homeless Services Authority Oct 30
Social workers sent through LA-HOP help clients get ID and other documents.
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LA Homeless Services Authority Oct 30
People experiencing homelessness can also request help from social workers through .
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LA Homeless Services Authority Oct 29
Replying to @LAHomeless
*Source: California Housing Partnership Corporation (May 2017). Los Angeles County Renters in Crisis: A Call for Action.
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LA Homeless Services Authority Oct 29
The needs over 565,000 new affordable housing units for low income renters—16,000 more than last year. Since 2000, median rent in the county has increased 32% while median renter household income has decreased 3%.*
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LA Homeless Services Authority Oct 25
Their efforts can be as simple as helping someone experiencing homelessness get an ID card or as complex as helping to meet medical and mental health needs. Please DM us if you would like to know more information specific to your needs.
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