Who opposes the Community Care Facilities Ordinance?

Who opposes the Community Care Facilities Ordinance?

In the City of Los Angeles, almost 50,000 low income households use shared housing to maintain a roof over their heads. By eliminating shared housing, the Community Care Facilities Ordinance will put thousands of people at risk of homelessness.

Over 100 organizations are taking a firm stance in opposition to the ordinance:

  1. Los Angeles Business Leaders Task Force

  2. United Way of Greater Los Angeles

  3. 1736 Family Crisis Center

  4. Affordable Living for the Aged

  5. Always Hope in Malibu

  6. American Civil Liberties Union

  7. Amity Housing

  8. Association of Community Human Services Agencies

  9. The Beacon House Association of San Pedro

  10. Bet Tzedek

  11. Boyle Heights/East Los Angeles Homeless Coordinating Council

  12. California Association of Alcohol & Drug Program Executives

  13. California Drug Counseling

  14. Center for Living and Learning

  15. Central City Association of Los Angeles

  16. Chrysalis

  17. CLARE Foundation

  18. CLUE LA

  19. Coalition for Economic Survival

  20. Community Coalition

  21. Community Solutions

  22. Corporation For Supportive Housing

  23. Disability Rights California

  24. Downtown Women’s Center

  25. Drug Policy Alliance

  26. East Hollywood Neighborhood Council

  27. East LA Community Corporation

  28. Empowerment Congress Central Area Neighborhood Council

  29. Empowerment Congress South West Neighborhood Council

  30. Fair Housing Council of the San Fernando Valley

  31. Felicity House, Inc.

  32. Fred Brown Recovery Services

  33. Gateways Hospital and Mental Health Center

  34. Gettlove

  35. Glassell Park Neighborhood Council

  36. Greater Cypress Park Neighborhood Council

  37. Greater Griffith Park Neighborhood Council

  38. Hiaght Ashbury-Walden House

  39. Harmony Homes Sober Living Environments

  40. Harvest House Sober Living For Women

  41. Healthy Homes Collaborative

  42. Highland Park Neighborhood Council

  43. The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce

  44. Homes for Life

  45. Housing Authority for the City of Los Angeles

  46. House of Ruth

  47. Housing Works

  48. Inner City Law Center

  49. Inquilinos Unidos

  50. Integrated Recovery Network


View the full list of Opposing Organizations


Learn more about the Community Care Facilities Ordinance and sign a letter of opposition by clicking HERE

Add your name to the list! If your organization opposes the ordinance let us know by emailing us at homeforgoodla@unitedwayla.org

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