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Hilton Foundation Project to End Homelessness for People with Mental Illness in Los Angeles
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This report highlights the systems change efforts of the Hilton Foundation Project to End Homelessness for People with Mental Illness in Los Angeles. It describes and analyzes data from surveys of supportive housing projects and the agencies that have developed, operated, and provided services for these projects. The surveys collected information on the number of supportive housing units available in Los Angeles; the characteristics of the tenants; the number and size of capital, operating, and services funding sources; agency collaboration; and tenant policies. The report also highlights findings from evaluations of two new projects providing supportive housing for chronically homeless individuals – LA’s HOPE and the Skid Row Collaborative. (CSH)
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2008
Los Angeles, CA
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