Capacity Building Information Session
Tuesday, December 5th
9:00 AM to 11:00 AMSSG HOPICS
5715 S. Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90037
The LARRP Housing Committee is hosting a 2 hour "Capacity Building Information Session" for reentry providers to accomplish the following:
- Help Providers understand reentry components/activities that will be funded through the County Department of Health Services Office of Diversion and Reentry and the City of Los Angeles Mayor's Office of Reentry, including Prop 47, Whole Person Care, SB 678 and others
- Have a discussion about the main components of the DHS Master agreement that non-contracted providers have challenges with
- Provide responses to real-time questions about the County DHS Master agreement and City of LA LAVBN
Light breakfast will be provided. Please RSVP below and we will see you there!
Speak Up Application for 2018
Now more than ever we need to invest in the voices of lived experience to drive systems change.
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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 the 4th Thursday of every month.
1:30 to 3:00 PM.
9:00 to 11:00 AM
3745 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90007
Housing Committee Charter
The purposes of the Housing Committee are to:
- Address the emerging housing needs of homeless individuals exiting the county jails and state prison systems by creating mechanisms to increase the availability of affordable housing and supportive services;
- Assist ex-offenders with sustaining their housing and reduce the rate of recidivism within the ex-offender population; and
- Increase the availability of housing vouchers and rental subsidies for the population.
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.