Homeward Bound: Towards Ending Homelessness in LA

APA California Chapter, Los Angeles Section


Tuesday, March 28, 2017
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. PDT

Los Angeles, CA, United States

CM | 1.50

Add to My Log


The City of Los Angeles is out to end homelessness. With an estimated 28,000 people living on LA streets and 47,000 County-wide, encampments have become a familiar part of the urban fabric. Recently, LA voters approved HHH, a $1.2 billion bond measure with a self-imposed property tax assessment of $9.64 for each $100,000 of property valuation. The measure will help build 1,000 housing units for homeless people annually over a 10-year period along with County support services geared toward re-entry into a healthier lifestyle. The 5-year implementation period includes units built on city-owned property. Join our panel discussion on the leadership ingredients for this important initiative, development and design challenges, and its possible application for other cities.



Resource URL



Michael Dieden

Michael Dieden, President, Creative Housing Associates, LLC Read More

Charles Loveman

Charles E. Loveman, Jr., Executive Director, Heritage Housing Partners Read More

Jose Guizar

Honorable José Huizar, Councilmember, Los Angeles City Council’s 14th District Read More

Contact Info

Ashley Atkinson, atkinson.ashley@gmail.com