Los Angeles has an array of specified housing assistance available, but the last thing one wants to do in an emergency is search through countless pages to find what they are looking for. We have created a concise and ever-growing list of housing resources. If you would like to add anything to our list, please feel free to contact us.
Coalition for Economic Survival
Wednesdays @7:30pm, Saturday 10 AM
Plummer Park, West Hollywood
Provides clinics weekly for tenants facing eviction, landlord retaliation, improper displacement
Founded in 1973, the Coalition for Economic Survival (CES) is a grassroots multi-racial, multi-ethnic non-profit community based organization. CES is dedicated to organizing low and moderate income people to win economic and social justice.
Housing Rights Center
Housing support & Tenant counseling. Our mission is to actively support and promote fair housing through education, advocacy and litigation, to the end that all persons have the opportunity to secure the housing they desire and can afford, without discrimination based on their race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, familial status, marital status, disability, genetic information, ancestry, age, source of income or other characteristics protected by law.
Los Angeles Housing & Community Investment Department
Services and resources to ensure renter’s rights are protected and they are living under safe conditions. Nearly 60% of all Los Angeles residents live in rental housing. We offer services and resources to this renter population to ensure their rights are protected, they are living under safe conditions and they know where they should go for help.
LA Youth Network (LAYN)
Shelter: (323) 957 7757, ext. 14
Emergency shelter for youth who are homeless, ages 12-17. Mission: The Los Angeles Youth Network’s mission is to empower abused, neglected and homeless adolescents to become self-sufficient.
LAYN Transitional Living Program ages 18-21
LAYN’s Transitional Living Program (TLP) provides housing, case management services, life skills training, and educational and employment services for homeless young adults.
My Friends Place
My Friend’s Place assists and inspires homeless youth to build self-sufficient lives. Provides basic needs and other support services for homeless youth, ages 12-24,
Mon-Fri (except Thur) 10-11:30 a.m., Mon-Fri 1-3 p.m.
Mission: Assist and inspire homeless youth to build self sufficient lives.
(323) 461-3131, ext. 0
Non-profit youth homeless shelter that provides sanctuary and support for homeless and trafficked youth, ages 18-24.
Has a waitlist but still will accept based on situations.
Mission: "Covenant House California is dedicated to serving all God’s children, with absolute respect and unconditional love, to help youth experiencing homelessness, and to protect and safeguard all youth in need.”
Los Angeles County Housing Resource Center
City, County and Federal housing resources for Seniors.
Housing.LACounty.gov, the Los Angeles County Housing Resource Center, was created to help people list and find affordable, special-needs, accessible, and emergency housing within the County of Los Angeles.
US Department of Veterans Affairs
VA is committed to ending homelessness among Veterans
Los Angeles Veterans Center
Phone: (310) 767-1221 Or (877_ 927-8387
In an effort to better serve the veteran and family members, upon request Vet Centers will provide services after normal work hours and/or on weekends.
Clean and Sober
The Sober Living Network
The Sober Living Network is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting excellence in the operation and management of sober living and other community recovery support resource. For referral and other information about sober living homes, please call (800) 799-2084.
Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority
Mission: To support, create and sustain solutions to homelessness in Los Angeles County by providing leadership, advocacy, planning, and management of program funding.
People Assisting the Homeless (PATH)
PATH's mission is to end homelessness for individuals, families, and communities.
PATH Gramercy is a professionally staffed, private non-profit corporation providing service-enriched, affordable housing and licensed childcare to single parents ages 18-24 with a child under 5 years of age.
Los Angeles LGBTQ Center
The Los Angeles LGBT Center is building a world where LGBT people thrive as healthy, equal, and complete members of society.