Housing Summit 2018
April 25

The conference will focus on the implementation of the Homeless Initiative Strategies funded through Measure H. Presented by The Department of Mental Health in conjunction with CSH and the Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority


LA DOOR Interim Housing Partner Request for Proposals (RFP)

The Los Angeles City Attorney's Office, through its Recidivism Reduction & Drug Diversion Unit (R2D2), is issuing this Request for Proposals (RFP) to fund interim shelter housing for male and female individuals aged 18 and over who are participants in the City Attorney's LA DOOR (Diversion Outreach & Opportunities for Recovery) program.

LA DOOR is a health-focused, comprehensive drug intervention approach that emphasizes field-based services, pre-booking diversion, community engagement, and financial leveraging to address substance dependence within the South LA community while limiting the number of misdemeanor drug cases processed through the traditional criminal justice system.

Proposals are due February 14th at 3:00 PM (PST). There is a mandatory bidders conference on January 25th at 2:00 PM (PST).

Speak Up Application for 2018

Now more than ever we need to invest in the voices of lived experience to drive systems change.

CSH Speak Up! is looking for individuals to empower as allies in our fight to end homelessness and change the story of what is possible in Los Angeles County.

LARRP Housing Committee Chair: 

Veronica Lewis

Housing Committee Meetings

The Housing Work Group is currently designing a long-term planning process that will involve the broad array of stakeholders.

Housing Committee meetings are held at
5715 S. Broadway,

Los Angeles CA 90037

Upcoming Housing Committee Meetings:
September 20th
November 15th

Housing Committee Charter

The LARRP Housing Committee focuses on:

  • Understanding the housing and homeless services landscape
  • identifying interim and permanent housing solutions for the reentry population.
  • Tracking policies and guidelines that impact formerly incarcerated individual’s ability to access housing subsidies and resources.

Committee Goals

The goal of the Committee is to create a reentry housing plan, which will include:

  • Identification of the levels of need for the reentry population;
  • Types of housing and services needed;
  • Cost of services; and
  • Existing resources and opportunities.