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South Bay "Direct Service" Provider Agencies: Housing
Family Promise is a community-based approach to solving homelessness experienced by families, engaging both the local community as well as houses of faith to provide emergency shelter. Guests receive a full complement of resources, support and training as they work towards their own stability and self-reliance.
South Bay "Direct Service" Providers: Other Services
WIN (What I Need) is a free mobile and web app designed to help homeless or resource insecure youth ages 12-25 locate essential services that are accessible without a referral (most are free). Developed by Our Children LA with guidance from Los Angeles area unaccompanied youth, it lists food, shelter, health/mental health, education, crisis support, hotlines, drop in centers, transportation, legal assistance, jobs supports and government benefits.
Public Sector Organizations
LAHSA is the lead agency in the Los Angeles Continuum of Care, which is the regional planning body that coordinates housing and services for homeless families and individuals in Los Angeles County. LAHSA coordinates and manages over $90 million dollars annually in Federal, State, County and City funds for programs that provide shelter, housing and services to homeless persons in Los Angeles City and County.
Los Angeles County Regional Organizations
The Corporation for Supportive Housing is a national organization with a mission to assist communities create permanent supportive housing (PSH) and other affordable housing. It does not own nor operate any housing, but rather serves as an intermediary to connect and work with partners (housing developers, lenders, community groups, elected officials, etc.) in the development of these types of projects.