Home For Good

To End Chronic and Veteran Homelessness in LA by 2016

The Plan

1

KNOW WHO’S HOMELESS AND WHAT THEY NEED

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We will know every homeless person’s name, location, and the challenges they face, so we can plan for the permanent housing and services they need to stabilize.

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2

CREATE THE HOUSING AND SERVICES TO HELP PEOPLE THRIVE

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We will create access to 12,500 units of permanent supportive housing to house every chronically homeless person, and 6,000 units of affordable or supportive housing to house every non-chronically homeless veteran. They will access supportive services to help them recover and thrive in our communities.

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3

SHIFT TO A HOUSING FIRST SYSTEM

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We will ensure every homeless person can be moved quickly into permanent housing with services, and that there are few requirements or barriers to receiving this support.

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4

GET INVOLVED, INVOLVE OTHERS

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We will all be involved in the solution. Ending chronic and veteran homelessness will only be possible if everyone gets involved, including the nonprofit sector, public and private sectors, the faith community, philanthropy, labor and community members in every region.

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