HOMELESS ACTION PLANS AND STRATEGIES
Cities have played a vital role in addressing homelessness since the inception of the Los Angeles County Homeless Initiative. The Westside cities are committed to working with the local community, neighboring cities, public agencies, and regional bodies to develop strategies that equitably distribute homeless housing and services across the region. In doing so, the cities have developed strategy and action plans to address homelessness.
Additionally, the County Homeless Initiative and the United Way of Greater Los Angeles’ Home for Good Funders Collaborative granted Phase 1 funding to cities, including the Cities of Culver City, Santa Monica, and West Hollywood to develop Homelessness Plans. These plans serve as a road map for the city’s participation in preventing and combating homelessness over the course of three (3) years (2018 – 2021). Refer to the section below for more information on the goals and actions to address homelessness within each jurisdiction.