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Mayor Garcetti’s Homelessness Strategy

The Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles brings together the best of private, philanthropic, non-profit and government resources to take on the city’s most pressing challenges including the crippling homeless crisis.

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Since Mayor Garcetti entered office, Los Angeles has housed more than 11,000 homeless individuals since January of 2014.

Los Angeles now approaches homelessness with unprecedented collaboration between the County, City, and non-profit partners. In February 2016, The City and County passed historic plans to handle homelessness in a way that focuses on the Housing First model, so that people get connected to housing and services—and stay off the street for good.

Last year, we also raised the minimum wage in Los Angeles to $15/hr, and Mayor Garcetti’s administration established its goal to add 100,000 housing units by 2021. By working together on both short-term and long-term strategies to confront homelessness, Los Angeles is taking the opportunity to make real change a reality for those who need it most.


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The Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles welcomes your questions and comments. To reach us, contact us:

Phone: (213) 545-2058Email: information@mayorsfundla.org

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“I first started volunteering because of my church. I asked Dan which night they needed me the most and he said Monday. I volunteer because I figure this has as much impact as anything else that our church does. I like it when we get out into the community. I enjoy it. I’ve been doing it for four or five years. I like the contact with people, the other Sarah and the people who come through. What originally drew me to Sanctuary where all the religious faiths that are behind it. I think their needs to be more of that.”

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“I started volunteering Christmas Eve about two years ago. I volunteer because I want to do something for the community. I’ve been doing some things for the homeless since my kids were young. I wanted them to see that it could happen to anybody and I wanted them to know that you shouldn’t treat anybody differently. I like how Sanctuary treats people. I like that there aren’t so many requirements. Everybody here is as much a part of the community as anyone else. The stigma surrounding this group of people is sad.”

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