Ending chronic homelessness
People experiencing chronic homelessness are among the most vulnerable and disadvantaged in our society, often requiring a disproportionate and costly amount of public health and safety services. A wide body of research shows that permanent supportive housing is the best, most cost-effective solution. In partnership with the public, philanthropic, nonprofit, and private sector stakeholders at work on this urgent issue, we aim to eliminate chronic homelessness in Los Angeles County.Read more about our approach
- Hospitals Turn to Housing to Help Homeless Patients JAMA Network | February 2019
- Homelessness Strains Compassion For Some Los Angeles Residents NPR | January 2019
- Triage: A Tech Company’s Bid to Make a Dent in Silicon Valley Homelessness Inside Philanthropy | April 2019
In this second phase, the Foundation has adopted the community goals around ending chronic homelessness as our own goals in evaluating the success of the initiative.Read More
Resource City of Los Angeles
The City of Los Angeles released a Homelessness Strategy Report, which lays the foundation for a regional approach to addressing this chronic issue.
Resource County of Los Angeles
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a plan that represents the most comprehensive effort ever undertaken by the County to combat homelessness.
Partner Home For Good
The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation supports the efforts of United Way of Greater Los Angeles and its leadership of the Home For Good initiative, which includes a countywide partnership to create a cost-effective and efficient system that is designed to end homelessness rather than simply manage it.
Partner Funders Together to End Homelessness – Los Angeles
This network seeks to end homelessness by: investing in effective, strategic, and innovative grantmaking; mobilizing leadership, ideas, and partnerships to communicate what works, and why; promoting more efficient use of local, state, and national resources
Partner CSH Speak Up!
The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation has supported the efforts of CSH to catalyze the development of permanent supportive housing for over 20 years and its recent efforts to provide the tools and training to formerly homeless people to help empower them to tell their stories.
Campaign Everyone In
Everyone In is a community movement to end our homelessness and housing crisis by building public and political will to create solutions we know work: affordable and supportive housing in every part of L.A. County.