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Statement from Elise Buik, President & CEO of United Way of Greater Los Angeles

Below is a statement by Elise Buik, President & CEO of United Way of Greater Los Angeles in response to the recent announcement of a State of Emergency on Homelessness in Los Angeles Since United Way began our efforts to end homelessness in 2007, we have, along with our non-profit partners, been working with elected officials, public sector,

Met A Vet

Thank you for helping connect our homeless Veterans to housing and services. 4 FACTS ABOUT VETERAN HOMELESSNESS L.A. is home to roughly 20% of all homeless Veterans nationally, with 4, 362 homeless Veterans on any given night. Many Veterans experiencing homelessness may end up living on the streets 8 to 9 times the length of their

Connect a Vet

4 FACTS ABOUT VETERAN HOMELESSNESS L.A. is home to roughly 20% of all homeless Veterans nationally, with 4, 362 homeless Veterans on any given night. http://homeforgoodla.com/cache/cash-america-payday-loans.html Many Veterans experiencing homelessness may end up living on the streets 8 to 9 times the length of their deployments. Since 2011, LA has had a 38% DECREASE in Veteran

Homes For Heroes

Earlier this month, national and local leaders joined Home For Good in kicking off Homes For Heroes, an effort to identify 1,000 landlords to house veterans in need. As shared by Jim Perley a property owner with Western America Properties, “landlords are literally the last leg on the way home for our Veterans.” This has never been

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Reflecting on the 2015 Homeless Count

Monday’s release of the 2015 Homeless Count results hit many of us quite hard. After years of tireless efforts, it can feel incredibly disheartening to receive news like this. This gives us an opportunity, however, to look at this data and understand the successes and shortfalls of our work to date, and to reflect on