“No two people living on Skid Row, or in the Sepulveda Basin, ended up there for the same reasons. But the common thread among all unsheltered Angelenos is the need for a safe place to sleep while we help them find a stable home and a better future.” - Mayor Eric Garcetti

Los Angeles is uniting to end the moral and humanitarian crisis of our time. Angelenos know and understand that homelessness will not be solved overnight — but the City and County of L.A. are working more closely together than ever to bring unsheltered Angelenos inside with homes, healing, and hope.

Today, we are deploying unprecedented resources — thanks to dual ballot measures (Measure H and Proposition HHH) approved by an overwhelming majority of voters, and millions of dollars in new state funding — to build thousands of units of supportive housing, expand bridge housing to help Angelenos transition off the streets, and hire an army of outreach workers, housing navigators, mental health experts, anti-addiction specialists and other professionals to be the heart, brains, and muscle of the movement to end the crisis on our streets.

How We Got Here and How L.A. is Responding

Interim Housing Strategies

Confronting The Crisis

Street Strategies



Tracking HHH

How you can help homeless Angelenos

Data and Dashboards

Skid Row Strategies