Homeless Resources

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LA County Homeless Outreach Portal (LA-HOP)

Submit a non-emergency request to have a homeless services outreach team dispatched to help people experiencing homeless in your area. Good for IDs, long-term medical support, housing assistance, etc.).
https://www.lahsa.org/portal/apps/la-hop/

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LA County 211 Help Line

211 LA – Dial 2-1-1 call line or visit 211LA.org for information and referrals to services serving individual needs, including general resources, shelter beds and information for families.

Desk Telephone

LA County Dept of Mental Health Hotline

 

1-800-854-7771

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Life Threatening Emergencies

 

9-1-1

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Project Roomkey

Project Roomkey is a coordinated effort to secure hotel and motel rooms in L.A. County as temporary shelters for people experiencing homelessness who are at high-risk for hospitalization if they contract Coronavirus (COVID-19). High-risk includes seniors 65+ and/or those suffering from chronic illness. More information available at https://covid19.lacounty.gov/project-roomkey/.

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LA County Coordinated Entry System (CES) Access Centers

Call-in or drop-in locations for initial access to or continued contact with housing and supportive services, such as: interim housing; emergency services (domestic violence, emergency physical/mental health-care); other supportive services (mental health, workforce development); referrals to, or provision of, basic services (food, storage and hygiene services).

CES Westside Access Centers

 

St. Joseph Center (adults and families)

Headquarters – 310-396-6468

Adults - 310-399-6878

 

The People Concern (adults)

310-450-4050

 

Safe Place for Youth (youth ages 16-25)

310-902-2283

Countering Myths of Homelessness