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.,
Hillsides Presents Advocacy Award to Assemblymember Chris Holden
Hillsides, a provider of services for at-risk children and their families, is presenting an advocacy award to Assemblymember Chris Holden. The event will also feature a roundtable discussion on affordable housing for transition-age youth.
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.