Former Foster Youth Lack Adequate Access to Affordable Housing
Disparities in access to affordable housing are more prominent in underserved communities such as foster youth, writes Luisa Flores Urrutia.
California Law Clears Path for Affordable Housing With Units for Transition-Age Youth and Seniors
A new California law clears regulatory hurdles for construction of affordable, intergenerational housing developments
Strategic Coordination Planned to Address Affordable Housing, Homelessness
California is now poised to invest $10 billion to accelerate housing production and $12 billion to tackle homelessness
L.A. Board of Supervisor Candidates on the Issues: Comparing Affordable Housing Plans
This week, The Imprint is publishing a series of posts from leading candidates running to succeed Mark Ridley-Thomas on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. Ridley-Thomas is stepping down because of term limits, and a full slate of candidates is running to take his place on the board, representing more than 2 million residents across parts of South, Central and West L.A.,
Los Angeles Braces for Protracted Fight Against Homelessness
Though Veronica Lewis had grown up in South Los Angeles, it was not until she became a high school math teacher at a charter school for at-risk youth that she realized the depth of the challenges in her community.
What We’re Learning About Housing’s Role in Child Welfare Services
Three years ago, our organizations began a journey leading us toward a better understanding of the roles that housing, case management and supportive services play in stabilizing vulnerable families, particularly those confronting complex challenges that trigger the involvement of child welfare agencies.