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Housing Resources

Housing Resources

HOPICS - Eviction Prevention Program For Low Income Participants - If you are you having trouble paying rent, the Eviction Prevention Program helps low income participants who are at imminent risk of becoming homeless to secure and/or retain housing. The program can provide up to 6 months of rental assistance and move-in!| 323-948-0444

Households must not exceed the following household size and annual median income (AM) prior to
COVID-19 to be eligible:
AMI - 50%

1 Person - $39,450
2 People - $45,050
3 People - $50.700
4 People - $56.300

Covenant House -Homeless shelter with career center, employment specialist, school on site (GED/Diploma), clinic, mental health services, substance abuse counselors (323) 461-3131

•Safe Haven - short term care (1-90 days)
Rights of Passage - (2 year on-site transition living program)
Apartments - Two-year off-site transitional living program
Rapid-Rehousing - Permanent housing, up to 24 months before recipient takes over

• 18-24 year olds who are homeless and/or have been trafficked

How to Enroll?
• You can also go to httos://
Click "Get Help"

CHIRP/LA - CHIRP/LA (Comprehensive Housing Information and Referrals for People Living with HIV /AIDS) is a program of PAWS/LA /Pets Are Wonderful Support, Los Angeles), with grant funding from HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS) that is administered by HCIDLA (Los Angeles Housing & Community Investment Department).| 877.724.4775

Low-Income Fare is Easy (LIFE)
•No Fee & Reduced Fee Identification Card Forms
Housing Stability Workshops
Clothing Vouchers
Email Set-up
Free Credit Check

How to Enroll?
• You don't!
Click "Services" found at the top of the website
• Select the type of service you want and the area you're in and click "Search"
• Select the resource you want
OR See their offices at 2121 S. Flower Street. Los Angeles, CA 90007
• Call: 213-741-1951 at extension: 202 o Email:

Door of Hope-Homelessness Prevention Program
Door of Hope provides transitional housing programs to help families into permanent housing.

•Employment training, resume building, and interview preparation
Financial literacy training and budgeting skills
Weekly individual or marriage counseling
Housing & follow-up care

Reside in LA county
• Be a household with at least one child 18 years or younger
• Have a total annual gross income (before deducting taxes) of 50% or less of the area median income (AMI)
• Have experienced a significant loss of income due to reasons such as COVID-19, loss of employment, illness, personal injuries, etc.
• Household are eligible irrespective of immigration or documentation status

How to Enroll?
• Go to
• Click on the hyperlink on "COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Program Screening Application"
• Fill out google form and a case manager will follow up with you in 7-10 days.

The People Concern- Homeless Services
The People Concern provides shelter and support to adults and children who are victims of domestic violence.

• Permanent Supportive Housing
• Interim Housing
• Income Assistance
• Substance use services
• Medical care

• Reside in LA county

How to Enroll?
For Interim Housing Services
• in SPA 4 (Metro LA) call (323-334-9000)
• in Spa 5 (West LA) call (310-450-4050)
For all other services, you must complete an in-take through the Coordinated Entry System (CES)
Find your local CES center by calling (800-548-6047)

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