Housing

Housing
We want to connect you to the housing resources that you need. Are you looking for a shelter or a place to stay? Do you want to know your rights as a tenant? Do you need a safe place to park and sleep at night?

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Check out the resources below. If they aren’t what you are looking for, ask at your clinic. 

Housing for Health
Housing for Health is for homeless Health Services patients with complex medical and behavioral health conditions. Visit the Housing for Health website to find out about the various programs (for clients) and trainings (for providers) offered.

Coordinated Entry System Access Centers (CES Access Centers) CES Access Centers are call-in or drop-in places where people experiencing homelessness can gain initial access to or continue contact with housing and supportive services available through LA CES. Safety precautions are in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Access Centers provide: 

  • Referrals to Interim Housing programs for persons experiencing unsheltered homelessness 
  • Referrals to emergency services (domestic violence, emergency physical/mental health-care) and other supportive services (mental health, workforce development, etc.) 
  • Referrals to, or direct provision of, basic services such as food provision, storage, and hygiene services. 

Resources for Immediate Shelter 

  • Adults 
  • LAHSA Shelter Hotline, available 24/7: (800) 548-6047 
  • LAHSA list of Interim Housing Sites (i.e. shelters)  
  • Families with minor children 
  • Call 211 
  • Visit 211la.org 
  • Youth 
  • LAHSA Shelter Hotline, available 24/7: (800) 548-6047 
  • Download the WIN App  

Services for specific populations such as veterans, seniors, etc can be found at 211 or One degree 

  • LAHSA Homelessness Prevention Program  
  • Safe Parking LA provides people living in cars with a safe and legal place to park and sleep at night   
  • Domestic violence resources, including immediate shelter options 
  • Slavery or trafficking 
  • Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking (Cast) 24-hour hotline: 888-KEY-2-FREE (888-539-2373) 
  • Cast website  
  • Legal help with housing, evictions, or tenant rights, Medical Legal Community Partnership for Health Services patients (818) 485-0575 and  legal
     

Call 2-1-1 LA or (800) 339-6993 or visit the website

Contact your doctor, nurse or a social worker at your medical home if none of these options work for you.

Need help finding your clinic or becoming a patient?Call (844)-804-0055 or click here