A recent state audit found that counties have a total of $2.5 billion in unspent funds that they could be using to address mental health and homelessness.
The LAPD launched its program in 2016 and its officers have contacted thousands of homeless people. But its unclear how many actually received help.
The Republican tax plan would have a "devastating" impact on the state's efforts to address affordable housing and homelessness, experts say.
The county's first sobering center opens Monday on Skid Row. It will primarily serve homeless, intoxicated people who might otherwise end up in jail or an emergency room.
L.A. has the most chronically homeless residents in the U.S. for the second year in a row, according to a federal report released this week. So what are we doing about it?
The Winnetka Villa Apartments, a new housing development for homeless and low-income senior citizens, held its grand opening Thursday.
The tools to reach functional zero include prioritizing veterans, using actual veterans in outreach, treating veterans as individuals and working with law enforcement.