Find the results of the 2020 LA Homeless Census here: https://www.lahsa.org/news?article=726-2020-greater-los-angeles-homeless-count-results.
Los Angeles Homeless Outreach Portal
Did you see someone experiencing homelessness who needs help?
Notice a homeless neighbor who seems to be struggling with their physical and/or mental health? You can help them by filling out an outreach request at www.la-hop.org.
If you are concerned about illegal activity, contact law enforcement. For all non-emergencies, call 1-877-ASK-LAPD or 911 for medical and mental health emergencies or when the individual appears to be a danger to themselves or others.
For encampments, download the MyLA311 app to make a service request, or call 311. Encourage your neighbors to file the same request.
If you have taken these steps and the issue has not been resolved, please contact your LAPD – Senior Lead Officer (click here for Wilshire Division, click here for Olympic Division, or click here for Hollywood Division, which serves the easternmost two blocks of GWNC Area 8) – and your Field Deputy at your Council District office.
Your SLO and Field Deputy can work together to help deploy HOPE – Homeless Outreach Proactive & Empowerment – with the Dept. of Sanitation. In October 2019 CARE teams will be deployed by Council District. The City will no longer rely solely on a case-by-case, complaint-driven model for cleanups. Instead, neighborhood-based comprehensive Cleaning And Rapid Engagement teams will use data-driven tools to provide public health services to encampments, identify areas of highest need, and ensure the hardest hit areas receive regularly scheduled cleanups and hygiene services.
All will be coordinated downtown by the Mayor’s new UHRC – Unified Homeless Response Center.
To learn more about the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority and the 2021 homeless count https://www.lahsa.org.
Opportunities to volunteer & donate:
If stakeholders have questions or would like more information on ways to engage or identify resources in the area, please email the GWNC Homelessness Liaison at email@example.com.
Download our Homeless Services & Resources Reference Guide:
Join the over 1,000 volunteers participating in this annual census of our neighbors experiencing homelessness throughout Los Angeles. The Greater Wilshire area needs about 55 volunteers for the 20 Census Tracts we’ll canvass. This is a visual-only count done mostly by car in teams of 2-4 and we’ll provide training on the night of the census.
Thursday, January 25, 2018
8pm to 11pm
Hope Lutheran Church
Community Meeting Room
6720 Melrose Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90038
For more information and to register at our deployment site at Hope Lutheran Church: http://www.theycountwillyou.org/greaterwilshire18
We hope to see many of you again this year!
The panel of “Ending Homelessness in Los Angeles” that was presented at the Wilshire Ebell on October 25th have put together a resource guide. It includes links to information, key organizations, etc.
Download the PDF here.You can watch the event on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/EbellofLA/videos/10159598652370714/
Homelessness is the most pressing issue affecting people and quality of life of Los Angelenos. Come learn from the experts and those on the ground executing Los Angeles county and city coordinated plans to end homelessness. The event will show you ways you can be involved in a true, long term solution to homelessness in our community.
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Doors open at 8 am • Discussion 8:30 am – 10 am
Suggested Donation $20
Continental breakfast included • Late walk-ins welcome
Ebell of Los Angeles
741 South Lucerne Boulevard, Los Angeles CA 90005
FREE parking in the lot across from our entrance on Lucerne Blvd.
Please call 323-931-1277 ext. 131 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Phil Ansell, Director of the Los Angeles County Homeless Initiative; Alisa Orduña, Homelessness Policy Director, Office of LA Mayor Eric Garcetti; Kerry Morrison, Executive Director, Hollywood Property Owners Alliance; Tommy Newman, United Way of Greater LA, Home for Good; Veronica Arteaga, Vice President Housing Programs, St. Anne’s Moderator: Jill Bauman, CEO, Imagine LA
It’s only a week until the 2017 Los Angeles Homeless Count on January 26th. Join the over 1,000 volunteers participating in this annual census of our neighbors experiencing homelessness throughout Los Angeles. The Greater Wilshire area needs about 45 volunteers for the 22 Census Tracts we’ll canvass. This is a visual-only count done mostly by car in teams of 2-4 and we’ll provide training on the night of the census.
For more information and to register at our deployment site at 600 S. La Brea Ave: http://www.theycountwillyou.org/600slabrea
We hope to see many of you again this year!