Homelessness touches every part of Los Angeles County. But the problems aren't the same in every city.
This week, county supervisors approved plans to give out $9 million in funding for 41 cities developing their own approaches to addressing homelessness.
Pomona, one of those cities, will be putting some of that Measure H money toward its first year-round, 24-hour shelter. Other cities plan to train their police departments on homeless outreach and offer mobile shower facilities on city-owned land.