Homeless and Housing Program Fund

Homeless and Housing Program Fund (HHPF)

On April 4, 2006, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved the Homeless Prevention Initiative (HPI) to address the critical shortage of permanent housing, shelter beds, and supportive services in the County.  The HPI made available $80 million in one-time general funds for Homeless and Housing Program Fund (HHPF).  The County of Los Angeles Chief Executive Office works with a team of County departments and the CDC to engage homeless advocates, service providers, and other public agencies in developing a plan to administer these services.

Our partners and their programs

Agency: A Community of Friends
Project: Permanent Supportive Housing Program

Agency: City of Pomona

Project: Integrated Housing and Outreach Program

Agency: Homes for Life Foundation

Project: Vanowen Apartments

Agency: National Mental Health Association of Greater Los Angeles

Project: Self-Sufficiency Project for Homeless and Young Adults with Mental Illness - Antelope Valley

Agency: Ocean Park Community Center

Project: Healthcare for Empowerment to Access Respite, Treatment, and Housing (HEARTH)

Agency: Union Rescue Mission

Project: Hope Gardens Family Center

Agency: Volunteers of America of Los Angeles

Project: Strengthening Families Program