SoLa Impact Partnerships
The HUD-Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) program combines Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) rental assistance for homeless Veterans with case management and clinical services provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). VA provides these services for participating Veterans at VA medical centers (VAMCs) and community-based outreach clinics.
PATH is a family of agencies working together to end homelessness for individuals, families, and communities. We strive to do this by prioritizing housing while providing customized supportive services for people in need. Our agencies each address homelessness in a different way—supportive services, permanent housing development, support for homeless families, and community engagement—all of which ultimately help the people we serve make it home.
Depart of Housing and Urban Development is the principal federal agency responsible for programs concerned with the nation's housing needs, fair housing opportunities, and improvement and development of the nation's communities.
Gettlove is a nonprofit organization in Los Angeles that secures permanent housing for chronically homeless individuals and provides support services to assure their housing is sustained. Gettlove’s efforts do not stop at securing housing; the organization offers a comprehensive program of relationship-based engagements designed to address the many challenges faced by individuals who have experienced homelessness.
LIFT is a national nonprofit dedicated to ending intergenerational poverty. LIFT connects hardworking parents and caregivers of young children to the people, tools and resources they need. By fostering relationships between low-income parents and caregivers of young children and dedicated volunteers, LIFT helps families build the personal well-being, social connections and financial strength to secure basic needs and achieve long-term goals and aspirations, like a safe home, living wages or a better education.
Mental Health America of Los Angeles focuses on four cornerstones: service, education, advocacy and training, to create opportunities for adults and young adults living with a mental health diagnosis to recover full, meaningful lives.
Volunteers of America Southwest assists homeless veterans with disabilities achieve self-reliance, allows men and women to return to their families clean and sober, cares for elders and those struggling with mental health challenges, and supports the futures of its community’s children through education and overall family well-being.
Brilliant Corners manages an array of scattered-site (individual units) and project-based rental assistance programs for vulnerable people including, Landlord engagement services, Varied portfolio of customized legal instruments, Pinpointed tenant and landlord matching, Move-in assistance, Rent subsidy administration and Ongoing tenant supports.
Homeless Outreach Program Integrated Care System, (HOPICS) is dedicated to providing the highest quality innovative social service to South Los Angeles with an emphasis on behavioral health and housing stability. It strives to provide the best quality of service to homeless and low-income households in South Los Angeles and surrounding areas and to employ the most qualified staff available and build services and programs to meet the diverse needs of the community.
St. Joseph Center's mission is to provide working poor families, as well as homeless men, women, and children of all ages with the inner resources and tools to become productive, stable and self-supporting members of the community.
Step Up On Second delivers compassionate support to people experiencing serious mental illness to help them recover, stabilize, and integrate into the community. Through dynamic partnerships, it provides positive social and learning environments, vocational training, permanent supportive housing opportunities, and recovery services to empower individuals to cultivate lives of hope and dignity. Step Up exercises innovative leadership and advocacy to increase public understanding, support and acceptance of all people living with mental illness.
LA:RISE is an innovative, collaborative partnership that unites the City and County of Los Angeles’ Workforce Development System (WDS) with non-profit social enterprises and for-profit employers in order to help men and women with high barriers to employment get good jobs and stay employed. Social enterprises and workforce agencies work together to better prepare individuals both professionally and personally by providing paid work experience and personal supports such as housing, transportation, and legal services.
CHIRP Los Angeles (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).