National Alliance to End Homelessness
Los Angeles Requests Millions for Homeless Individuals, Families and Youth
The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) submitted an application to the federal government on September 12 for $104,949,390 million for projects to provide housing and services to L.A.’s homeless population, including almost $5 million specifically for transitional housing for youth.
No Place Like Home Initiative Puts Housing First for Homeless Californians
In February, California Senate President Pro Tempore Kevin de León (D-Los Angeles) introduced the “No Place Like Home Initiative” to the Senate Budget Committee. The package includes initiatives aimed at assisting different homeless populations, from the chronically homeless to families in need of temporary assistance in getting back on their feet, as cities around the state face growing numbers of homeless residents.