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1 2015 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count Results 25,68R total # of homeless persons City of Los Angeles Date:_id Submitted ink C Committee Oi- Council File No: 0 b olt 8-4/ c Item No.: atmeiticarwhe Fre L-A,Hs4 Homelessness by Household Type 17,687 (69%) l 7,999 (31%) Unsheltered Sheltered 82% 21,053 Single Adults 17% 4,436 Family Members 1% 197 Unaccompanied Minors Demographics of Homelessness* 2, (4%) 546 (2%) 5,458 (21%) 4,854 (19%) 8,060 (31%) (32%) & Older II NI II Under 18 Gender 8,108 Female 17,458 Male (32%) 120 (.5%) Transgender (68%) I/ Veterans Chronically Homeless Individuals Chronically Homeless Family Members Substance Abuse M Mental Illness j Persons with HIV/AIDS "'Domestic Violence Experience MI Physical Disability * Demographic characteristics are not mutually exclusive ; African-American/Black EL American Indian/Alaskan Native Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic/Latino (2%) (.31',) White/Caucasian Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Multi-Racial/Other Version 1.1, Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority 811 Wilshire Blvd. 6th Floor Los Angeles CA Homeless Count Headquarters:

2 LAHSA 2015 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count Results City of Los Angeles Totals and % Share for the City of Los Angeles CD1 1,149 5% 1,958 8% CD2 1,024 4% 607 2% CD % 620 2% CD 12 0 CD 7 CD4 1,090 5% 625 2% CD % 879 3% CD6 1,414 6% 1,517 6% CD 6 CD % 1,062 4% CD8 2,308 10% 1,641 6% CD 3 CD 2 CD9 2,565 11% 2,395 9% CD % 1,348 5% CD11 1,390 6% 2,359 9% CD % 569 2% CD13 2,254 10% 2,270 9% CD14 5,500 24% 6,292 24% CD 11 CD 5 CD 4 CD 13 CD 1 CD15 1,225 5% 1,544 6% City of L.A. 22, % 25, % CD 10 CD 14 CD 8 CD 9 Total Homeless Persons for the City of Los Angeles from 2005 to ,103 40,144 19,506 21,047 22,993 25, The number of homeless persons in the City of Los Angeles has increased by 12% since 2013 CD tip in Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority 811 Wilshire Blvd. 6th Floor Los Angeles - CA Homeless Count Headquarters:

3 Mar Vista v. Barne. City Playa - c4r2titiw 7: 16 La Brea m Vermont Rey.. South Vermont SD Homelessness Concentration Homeless Persons Less than 5 N Shoestring SD More than 50 San Pedro 4 8 Miles Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority Policy & Planning Department June 2015

4 Homelessness Concentration Los Angeles City Council Districts and Supervisorial Districts (SDs) Supervisorial Districts City Council Districts Chatsworth Granada Hills 12 Northridge Canoga Pa West Hills Winuetka Reseda SD 5 I North Hollywood Valley Village Tarzana Encino She aks Studio City SD 3 Hollywood Hills Pacific Pali

5 Los Angeles PI Working Together to End Homelessness in Los Angeles 2015 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count Subpopulation and Demographic Characteristics City of Los Angeles A % I Grand Total 22, ,686 12% Unsheltered 14,968 42% 17,687 43%- 18% Sheltered 8,025 23% 7,999 19% -0.3% Individuals 18,173 51% 21,05351%! 16% Family Members 4, %. 4,436 11%, 7%! Children in Families 2,378 7%', 2,316 6% _3% Unaccompanied Minors % 197 ' 0.5%' -71% Chronically Homeless Individuals 4, % 8,060 20% 64% _. Chronically Homeless Family Members 770 2% 945 2% 23% Veterans 2,584 7% 2,733 7% 6% Female Veterans (included above) % % 49% Mental Illness 6,455 18% 8,163 20% 26% Substance Abuse 7,229, 20% 6,255 15% -13% Physical Disability 4,071 11% 4,854 12% 19% Persons with HIV /AIDS 222, 0.6% 546 1% 146% Domestic Violence Experience 2,031 I 6% 5,458 13% 169% Chronic Health Issue NA 1,903 5% Brain Injury NA 1,819 4% Developmental Disability NA 870 2% Male 16,967 j 48% 17, %: 3% Female6, % 8,108 20% j 35% Transgender Male to Female NA % I - Transgender Female to Male NA %'' Hispanic / Latino 5,163 15% 5,411 13% 5% Black / African-American 9,020 25% 12,188 30% 35%.. White / Caucasion 8,005 23% 5,567 14% -30% Asian / Pacific Islander % 496 1% 68% American Indian / Alaskan Native % 654 2% 158% Native Hawaiian I Other Pacific Islander NA % Multi-Racial / Other % 1,333. 3% 421% Age: _ 2 J853 8% 1,712 ' 4% -40% Age: ,324 35% 14,252 ; 35%, 16% Age: ,030 9% 4,748 12% 57% Age: ,732, 5%. 2,461: 6% 42% Percentages based on Grand Total City of Los Angeles A% Chronically Homeless Individuals I 525 7%1 12%' Chronically Homeless Family Units I , 0_..9 /, Chronically Homeless Family Members j 223 Sheltered I I Veterans Female Veterans (included above) Mental Illness Substance Abuse Physical Disability Persons with HIV/AIDS Chronic Health Issue Brain Injury Disability Domestic Violence Experience Chronically Homeless Individuals Chronically Homeless Family Units Chronically Homeless Family Members Veterans Female Veterans (included above) Mental Illness Unsheltered Substance Abuse Physical Disability Persons with HIV/AIDS Chronic Health Issue Brain Injury Developmental Disability Domestic Violence Experience Percentages based on Sheltered or Unsheltered Respectively 898 I ,739 1, %1 3%! 11%1 0.7% : 22%, 14%, 1,461 18%' 102 1%, NA - NA NA %1 4,40129%1 149 I 547 1, ,716 r 6,121 2, j NA j NA NA 1,253 1To! 4%1 11%j 0.6% j 32% 41%' 17% j 1%1 -! - 1 8%: 960 ' ,810, 1, ,132 I %' 11%j 1% 235 /o 17%, 3% : /// 1 64 / o 7,100, 40%, , j 6,170 4,445 : 3, : 771 1,334: 520 4,654 1% : 4%, 10% 0.7% 35% 25% 20% 2% 4% 8% j 3% 26% 83% 3; -9% 2% 79% 15% 63% :5 /2. 114% - - 3% 61% 60% 35% 8% 32% 31% _ -27% 33% 173% % Point-in-Time Dale: Date: 1/27-29/2015 Revised 6/18/2015 Policy and Planning Department

6 2015 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count Results jai County of Los Angeles Total # of homeless persons, unsheltered, and sheltered totals include data from Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach all other data is LA CoC only 44,359 total # of homeless persons Homelessness has increased by 12% since 2013 Homelessness by Household Type* 81% 33,389 Single Adults 18% 7,505 Family Members A 1% 280 Unaccompanied Minors Demographics of Homelessness* Demographic characteristics are not mutually exclusive 4,016 (10%) 1,187 (4%) II 757 (2%) 8,801 (21%) 8,148 (20%) 12,356 (30%) 31,018 (70%) 13,341 (30%) Unsheltered l Sheltered II 62 & Older , (8%) Under Gender* 13,643 Female 27,309 Male (33%) 222 (1%) Tr a n sge nder (66%) 2,013 (5%) Ages* for men, women and children 23,467 (57%) Veterans II Chronically Homeless Individuals II Chronically Homeless Family Members II Substance Abuse Mental Illness Persons with HIV/AIDS Domestic Violence Experience Physical Disability * Demographic and household data is for LA CoC only and does not include data from Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach African-American/Black American Indian/Alaskan Native IN Asian/Pacific Islander I. Hispanic/Latino Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander White/Caucasian Multi-Racial/Other Version 1.1, El Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority 811 Wilshire Blvd. 6th Floor Los Angeles. CA Homeless Count Headquarters:

7 LAHSA 2015 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count Results County of Los Angeles Totals and % Share for the County of Los Angeles 2013 # % 2015 # % EISD1 8,062 I 20% 10,021 I 23% SD2 12,667 I 32% 14,116 32% SD3 8,371 I 21% 8,688 20% SD4 2,316 I 6% 3,366 8% SD5 4,108 I 10% 4,983 12% LA CoC Total 35,524 I 89% 41,174 95% Long Beach CoC 2,847 I 7% 2,345 5% Glendale CoC 318 I 1% 208.5% Pasadena CoC 772 I 2% 632 1% County of L.A. 39,461 I 100% 44, % Total Homeless Persons for the County of Los Angeles from 2005 to ,287 52,956 38,602 39,153 39,461 44, The number of homeless persons in the County of Los Angeles has increased by 12% since 2013 tip in Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority 811 Wilshire Blvd. 6th Floor - Los Angeles CA Homeless Count Headquarters:

8 2015 Greater Los Angeles LAHSA tiornelest Count Results City of Los Angeles Council District 1. 1,958 total # of homeless persons Homelessness by Household Type 1,313 (67%) 645 (33%) Unsheltered I Sheltered 82% 1,611 single Adults 17% 323 Family Members 1% 24 Unaccompanied Minors Demographics of Homelessness Demographic characteristics are not mutually exclusive 87 (4%) 200 (10%) (14%) 422 (22%) 422 (22%) (23%) 703 (36%) IWO IN 62 & Older IN II Under 18 Gender 479 Female 1,467 Male (24%) 12 (1%) Transgender (75%) Veterans III Chronically Homeless Individuals Chronically Homeless Family Members Substance Abuse Mental Illness Persons with HIV/AIDS II Domestic Violence Experience Physical Disability * Due to the limited number of demographic surveys, statistical reliability is lower for council district data within the City of Los Angeles African-American/Black American Indian/Alaskan Native Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic/Latino II Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander FA White/Caucasian Multi-Racial/Other Version 1.1, tly Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority 811 Wilshire Blvd. 6th Floor n Los Angeles CA Homeless Count Headquarters:

9 2015 Greater Los Angeles Homeless LAHSA Count Results IL City of Los Angeles Council Districts Totals and % Share for the City of Los Angeles # % # % CD1 1,149 I 5% 1,958 8% CD2 1,024 I 4% 607 2% CD3 353 I 2% 620 2% CD4 1,090 I 5% 625 2% CD5 455 I 2% 879 3% CD6 1,414 I 6% 1,517 6% CD7 847 I 4% 1,062 4% CD8 2,308 I 10% 1,641 6% CD9 2,565 I 11% 2,395 9% CD10 1,168 I 5% 1,348 5% CD11 1,390 I 6% 2,359 9% CD I 1% 569 2% CD13 2,254 I 10% 2,270 9% CD14 5,500 I 24% 6,292 24% CD15 1,225 I 5% 1,544 6% City of L.A. 22,993 I 100% 25, % CO 12 Demographics of Homelessness for the City of Los Angeles Ea Veterans 2, (4%) 5,458 (21%),:, o-4 ) I (32%) City of L.A. Total Homeless Persons ,854 (19%) Domestic Violence Experience Chronically Homeless Individuals Physical Disability Chronically Homeless Family Members Substance Abuse RE Mental Illness Persons with HIV/AIDS Demographic characteristics are not mutually exclusive ,993 25, The number of homeless persons in the City of Los Angeles has increased by 12% since Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority 811 Wilshire Blvd. 6th Floor Los Angeles CA Homeless Count Headquarters:

10 2015 Homelessness Concentration Total Unsheltered and Sheltered Populations City of Los Angeles Council District 1 Homeless Persons Less than Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count Policy & Plannin9 Department June Miles LOS ANGELES HOMELESS SERVICES AUTHORITY Data Source: Based on data from the 2015 Point-In-Time Count. Sheltered populations are comprised of those residing in emergency and transitional/temporary housing. Unsheltered populations are comprised of those found living in streets, vehicles, make-shift shelters or places not meant for human habitation.

11 2015 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count Results City of Los Angeles Council District 7 1,062 total # of homeless persons Homelessness by Household Type 817 (77%) 245 (23%) Unsheltered Sheltered 29 90% 955 Single Adults 9% 100 Family Members 1% 7 Unaccompanied Minors Demographics of Homelessness Demographic characteristics are not mutually exclusive & Older Under 18 Gender e6, form* (27%) 4 (.4%) Transgender 4,0 768 Male (72%) Veterans U Domestic Violence Experience Chronically Homeless Individuals II Chronically Homeless Family Members II Substance Abuse III Mental Illness Persons with HIV/AIDS Physical Disability * Due to the limited number of demographic surveys, statistical reliability is lower for council district data within the City of Los Angeles I g African-American/Black American Indian/Alaskan Native III Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic/Latino El Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander 21 3sj- (2%) (3",')) IN White/Caucasian Multi-Racial/Other Version 1.1, Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority 811 Wilshire Blvd. 6th Floor Los Angeles o CA Homeless Count Headquarters:

12 2015 Greater Los Angeles Homeless LAHSA Count Results City of Los Angeles Council Districts Totals and % Share for the City of Los Angeles # % # % CD1 1,149 I 5% 1,958 I 8% CD2 1,024 I 4% 607 I 2% CD % 620 I 2% CD4 1,090 I 5% 625 I 2% CD5 455 I 2% 879 I 3% CD6 1,414 I 6% 1,517 I 6% CD7 847 I 4% 1,062 I 4% CD8 2,308 I 10% 1,641 I 6% CD9 2,565 I 11% 2,395 I 9% CD10 1,168 I 5% 1,348 I 5% CD11 1,390 I 6% 2,359 I 9% CD I 1% 569 I 2% CD13 2,254 I 10% 2,270 I 9% CD14 5,500 I 24% 6,292 I 24% CD15 1,225 I 5% 1,544 I 6% City of L.A. 22,993 I 100% 25,686 I 100% Demographics of Homelessness for the City of Los Angeles 2,733 WM= 945 (4%) 6,255 (24%) City of L.A. Total Homeless Persons 8,163 (32%) ,458 (21%) 4,854 (19%) To) , ,686 Veterans p] Chronically Homeless Individuals U Physical Disability Chronically Homeless Family Members II Substance Abuse 111 Mental Illness Persons with HIV/AIDS Domestic Violence Experience Demographic characteristics are not mutually exclusive The number of homeless persons in the City of Los Angeles has increased by 12% since tip Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority 811 Wilshire Blvd. 6th Floor Los Angeles CA Homeless Count Headquarters:

13 2015 Homelessness Concentration Total Unsheltered and Sheltered Populations City of Los Angeles Council District 7 Homeless Persons Less than Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count Policy & Planning Department June Miles LOS ANGELES HOMELESS SERVICES AUTHORITY Data Source: Based on data from the 2015 Point-,In-Time Count. Sheltered populations are comprised of those residing in emergency and transitional/temporary housing. Unsheltered populations are comprised of those found living in streets, vehicles, make-shift shelters or places not meant for human habitation.

14 2015 Greater Los Angeles HomeLs,, LAHSA Count Results City of Los Angeles Council District 9 2,395 total # of homeless persons Homelessness by Household Type 1"4 1,450 (61%) 7.H 945 (39%) Unsheltered I Sheltered 85% 2,036 Single Adults 13% 318 Family Members A 2% 41 Unaccompanied Minors Demographics of Homelessness* Demographic characteristics are not mutually exclusive 134 (6%) (2%) 49 (2%) 418 (17%) 476 (20%) 739 (31%) (30%) NM 62 & Older Under 18 Gender 3 (.1%) 3 Transgender (.1%) 10 (.4%) Veterans Chronically Homeless Individuals Chronically Homeless Family Members Substance Abuse ga Mental Illness Persons with II Domestic Violence Experience El Physical Disability * Due to the limited number of demographic surveys, statistical reliability is lower for council district data within the City of Los Angeles v 13 (.5%) 50 (2%) African-American/Black American Indian/Alaskan Native II Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic/Latino U White/Caucasian II Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Multi-Racial/Other Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority 811 Wilshire Blvd. 6th Floor Los Angeles CA Homeless Count Headquarters: Version 1.1, 6/15/2015

15 2015 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count Results Ask City of Los Angeles Council Districts y --, A-- - Totals and % Share for the City of Los Angeles # % # % CD1 1,149 I 5% 1,958 I 8% CD2 1,024 I 4% 607 I 2% CD3 353 I 2% 620 I 2% CD4 1,090 I 5% 625 I 2% CD5 455 I 2% 879 I 3% CD6 1,414 I 6% 1,517 I 6% CD7 847 I 4% 1,062 I 4% CD8 2,308 I 10% 1,641 I 6% CD9 2,565 I 11% 2,395 I 9% CD10 1,168 I 5% 1,348 I 5% CD11 1,390 I 6% 2,359 I 9% CD % 569 I 2% CD13 2,254 I 10% 2,270 I 9% CD14 5,500 I 24% 6,292 I 24% CD15 1,225 I 5% 1,544 I 6% City of L.A. 22,993 I 100% 25,686 I 100% CD 3 CD 12 Demographics of Homelessness for the City of Los Angeles 2,733 (11%) momairialits_ 945 (4%) (o)0o) Veterans 5,458 (21%) 4,854 (19%) Chronically Homeless Individuals Chronically Homeless Family Members II Substance Abuse 111 Mental Illness Persons with HIV/AIDS City of L.A. Total Homeless Persons 32%) Domestic Violence Experience Physical Disability Demographic characteristics are not mutually exclusive , The number of homeless persons in the City of Los Angeles has increased by 12% since v Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority 811 Wilshire Blvd. 6th Floor Los Angeles CA Homeless Count Headquarters:

16 2015 Homelessness Concentration Total Unsheltered and Sheltered Populations City of Los Angeles Council District 9 Exposition Blvd Homeless Persons Less than u Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count Policy & Planning Department June Miles 2 LOS ANGELES HOMELESS SERVICES AUTHORITY Data Source: Based on data from the 2015 Point-In-Time Count. Sheltered populations are comprised of those residing in emergency and transitional / temporary housing. Unsheltered populations are comprised of those found living in streets, vehicles, make-shift shelters or places not meant for human habitation.

17 2015 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count Results City of Los Angeles Council District 11 2,359 total # of homeless persons Homelessness by Household Type 1,971 (84%) 388 (16%) Unsheltered Sheltered 89% 2,090 Single Adults 11% 266 Family Members A.1% 3 Unaccompanied Minors Demographics of Homelessness Demographic characteristics are not mutually exclusive IM 62 & Older El NI II Under 18 Ages for men, women and children (18%) 460 (19%) Gender 210 (9%) 914 (39%) 703 Female (30%) (58%) (44%) 32 (1%) 742 (31%) 609 (26%) ,656 Male (70%) 101, (4%)', (19%) Ethnicity* (10%) 29 5 (.2%) Veterans Chronically Homeless Individuals Chronically Homeless Family Members Substance Abuse II Mental Illness IN Persons with HIV/AIDS Domestic Violence Experience Physical Disability * Due to the limited number of demographic surveys, statistical reliability is lower for council district data within the City of Los Angeles (66%) African-American/Black American Indian/Alaskan Native NI Asian/Pacific Islander Hispanic/Latino Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander White/Caucasian Multi-Racial/Other Version 1.1, Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority 811 Wilshire Blvd. 6th Floor Los Angeles CA Homeless Count Headquarters:

18 2015 Greater Los Angeles Homeless LAHSA Count Results City of Los Angeles Council Districts Totals and % Share for the City of Los Angeles # % # % CD1 1,149 I 5% 1,958 I 8% CD2 1,024 I 4% 607 I 2% CD3 353 I 2% 620 I 2% CD4 1,090 I 5% 625 I 2% CD5 455 I 2% 879 I 3% CD6 1,414 I 6% 1,517 I 6% CD7 847 I 4% 1,062 I 4% CD8 2,308 I 10% 1,641 I 6% CD9 2,565 I 11% 2,395 I 9% CD10 1,168 I 5% 1,348 I 5% CD11 1,390 I 6% 2,359 I 9% CD I 1% 569 I 2% CD13 2,254 I 10% 2,270 I 9% CD14 5,500 I 24% 6,292 I 24% CD15 1,225 I 5% 1,544 I 6% City of L.A. 22,993 I 100% 25,686 I 100% CD 3 CD 12 CD 6 CD 2 CD 14 Demographics of Homelessness for the City of Los Angeles (4%) 0 rl Veterans ,255 (24%) 5,458 (21%) 4,854 (19%) 0` 0 (31%) 8, El Domestic Violence Experience Chronically Homeless Individuals Physical Disability Chronically Homeless Family Members Substance Abuse In Mental Illness Persons with HIV/AIDS Demographic characteristics are not mutually exclusive City of L.A. Total Homeless Persons (32%) ,993 25, The number of homeless persons in the City of Los Angeles has increased by 12% since Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority 811 Wilshire Blvd. 6th Floor Los Angeles CA Homeless Count Headquarters:

19 Homelessness Concentration Total Unsheltered and Sheltered Populations City of Los Angeles Council District 11 Homeless Persons Less than More than Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count Policy & Planning Department June Mites LOS ANGELES HOMELESS SERVICES AUTHORITY Data Source: Based on data from the 2015 Point-In-Time Count. Sheltered populations are comprised of those residing in emergency and transitional / temporar housing. Unsheltered populations are comprised of those found living in streets, vehicles, make-shift shelters and other places not meant for human habitation.

20 2015 Greater Los Angeles Homelea_ Count Results City of Los Angeles Council District 14 6,292 total # of homeless persons Homelessness by Household Type 3,826 (61%) 2,466 (39%) Unsheltered Sheltered 90% 5,642 Single Adults 10% 643 Family Members.1% 7 Unaccompanied Minors 1162 & Older (5%) 644 (4%) (10%) Demographics of Homelessness Demographic characteristics are not mutually exclusive 204 (3%) 774 (12%) 1,977 (31%) IMO Under 18 Gender 1,404 (22%) 1,994 (32%) 50 (.8%) Transgender III 187 (3%) 1,394 (22%) (74%) 1,255 (20%) Veterans Domestic Violence Experience II Chronically Homeless Individuals Chronically Homeless Family Members Substance Abuse Mental Illness _ Persons with ffi Physical Disability * Due to the limited number of demographic surveys, statistical reliability is lower for council district data within the City of Los Angeles tip in African-American/Black American Indian/Alaskan Native Asian/Pacific Islander II Hispanic/Latino Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority 811 Wilshire Blvd. 6th Floor - Los Angeles CA Homeless Count Headquarters: / \ (1%) 1 1 El White/Caucasian Zi Multi-Racial/Other ' Version 1.1, 6/15/2015

21 2015 Greater Los Angeles 410 LAHSA Homeless Count Results City of Los Angeles Council Districts Totals and % Share for the City of Los Angeles 2013 # % 2015 # % 1,149 I 5% 1,958 I 8% CD1 CD2 1,024 I 4% 607 2% CD % 620 2% CD4 1,090 I 5% 625 2% CD5 455 I 2% 879 3% CD6 1,414 I 6% 1,517 6% CD7 847 I 4% 1,062 4% CD8 2,308 I 10% 1,641 6% CD9 2,565 I 11% 2,395 9% CD10 1,168 I 5% 1,348 5% CD11 1,390 I 6% 2,359 9% CD Q 1% 569 2% CD13 2,254 Q 10% 2,270 9% CD14 5,500 I 24% 6,292 24% CD15 1,225 I 5% 1,544 6% City of L.A. 22,993 I 100% 25, % CD 12 Demographics of Homelessness for the City of Los Angeles 2,7j31 (11%) 4001(3106) Veterans 945 (4%) 5,458 (21%) City of L.A. Total Homeless Persons (32%) ,854 (19%) Chronically Homeless Individuals Chronically Homeless Family Members Substance Abuse Mental Illness Persons with HIV/AIDS Domestic Violence Experience El Physical Disability Demographic characteristics are not mutually exclusive ,9<k The number of homeless persons in the City of Los Angeles has increased by 12% since v grl Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority 811 Wilshire Blvd. 6th Floor = Los Angeles = CA Homeless Count Headquarters:

22 Homelessness Concentration Total Unsheltered and Sheltered Populations City of Los Angeles Council District Miles \V 2015 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count Policy & Planning Department June 2015 Homeless Persons Less than LOS ANGELES HOMELESS SERVICES AUTHORITY More than 50 Data Source: Based on data from the 2015 Point-In-Time Count. Sheltered populations are comprised of those residing in emergency and transitional / temporar housing. Unsheltered populations are comprised of those found living in streets, vehicles, make-shift shelters and other places not meant for human habitation.

23 Date: Submittedin P4 M1) Council File No: (2. Item No.: Committee.c 6/18/ Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count 2015 Results Los Angeles City of Los Angeles Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority June 18, 2015 IMO LOS ANGELES HOMELESS SERVICES AUTHORITY Los Angeles Homeless Count The 2015 Los Angeles Homeless Count is the largest in the nation. 5,500 volunteers participated in the 2015 Count. The Point-In-Time Count is a snapshot of homelessness in our communities on one day. LAHSA has conducted homeless counts since LAHSA's count does not include Glendale, Pasadena or Long Beach. Los Angeles HOMELE3',,.RVICES AUTHORITY Working Together to End Homelessness in Los Angeles 4 1

24 6/18/2015 Components of the Count Street Count: Capturing a point in time estimate of the unsheltered population. Shelter Count: Capturing the homeless population who are in emergency shelters, transitional housing,safe havens and vouchered hotels/motels. Demographic Survey: Interviews of a sample of unsheltered homeless individuals to better understand the characteristics and experiences of homeless persons. Youth Count: Collaborative process with youth stakeholders to better understand and identify homeless youth. Los Angeles Wortlig Together to End Nomelevne. in Lot Angeles 6 Methodology Highlights Census Tract Coverage for the 2015 Homeless Count Shaded red areas represent communities and cities counted in Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach conduct their own count, and share their results with LAHSA. LosAngeles Worldav Tayellwr lo End NemeleasnessN Los Angela. 8 2

25 6/18/2015 Total Homeless Persons LA CoC 2015 City of L.A. vs. Non-City 25,686 homeless persons were found in the City of Los Angeles, a 12% increase from ,686 62% 15,488 38% 2015 City of L.A Non-City of L.A. rig Los Angeles 1--4._;,MELESS SERVICES AUTHORITY LLLU.. Walking Towle*, to End Homelessness In Los Angeles Los Angeles CoC 2015 "Z;EittSS Count Los Angeles Continuum of Care Total Homeless Population (excludes Glendale Long Beach and Pasadena) An increase of 16% or 5,650 homeless persons across the LA CoC. 50,000 40,000 35,524 41,174 30,000 20, , Total Population Los Angeles Working 'together to End tiornelessnesa in Los Angelo Total Population 11 3

26 6/18/ Los Angeles County 2015 Los Angeles County Total Homeless Population (Includes Glendale, Long Beach, and Pasadena) 50,000 40,000 30,000-20,000 10, ,461 An increase of 12% or 4,898 homeless persons across the County of LA. 44, Total Population 2015 Total Population Los Angeles LA., *inking Together to End Namelessness In Los Angetes City of Los Angeles Total Homeless Population by C'ty Council District City Council Total Homeless Population District CD 1 1,149 5% 1,958 8% CD 2 1,024 4% 607 2% CD % 620 2% CD 4 1,090 5% 625 3% CD % 879 3% CD 6 1,414 6% 1,517 6% CD % 1,062 4% CD 8 2,308 10% 1,641 6% CD 9 2,565 11% 2,395 9% CD 10 1,168 5% 1,348 5% CD 11 1,390 6% 2,359 9% CD % 569 2% CD 13 2,254 10% 2,270 9% CD 14 5,500 24% 6,292 25% CD 15 1,225 5% 1,544 6% LA City Total 22, % 25, % LosAngeles Woking Together to End teamelessness In Los Angels. 15 4

27 6/18/2015 Homelessness Concentration Los Angeles Councl 0nrns and SLpen. d.cnal svets SD, 2015 Homeless Count Density City of Los Angeles 2015 ilotroltannsu Conuolnkon Pmen 1...ssean glos Angeles Working Twang/ TO End Homelessness In Los Angeles Details r"1 In the City of Los Angeles, the number of tents, makeshift shelters, and vehicles increased by 81% from 2013 (3,155 to 5,706). 6,000 5,706 5,000 4,000 3,000 3,155 1,974 1, Los Angeles IPWorking 0014, to End ess in Los Angeles 4 ; 17 5

28 6/18/ Details Homeless Count 30,000 LA City Sheltered and Unsheltered ,000 20,000 15,000 Unsheltered 10,000 14,968 17,687 III Sheltered 5,000 0 LA City LA City pl Los Angeles Working 'Together lo End Homelessness In Los Angeles Details 2015 ZIZerg" Count 30,000 LA City Gender ,000 20,000 15,000 16,967 17,458 Male Transgender 10,000 Female 5,000 Transgender 120 LA City LA City 21/ AIR LosAngeles Working Together to End Hoeneggsnets In LOS Angeles 19 6

29 6/18/ Homeless Count City of Los Angeles Ethnic Breakdown 3% 0%1 6% 2% 24% 24% 53% Hispanic or Latino a White / Caucasian American Indian/Alaskan Native Multi-Racial / Other Black / African-American Asian / Pacific Islander Native Hawaiian / Other Pacific Islander Los Angeles WOIYIng T000th. W End ttorneleunest In Los Angel Details Changes in City of Los Angeles Homeless Subpopulations, Subpopulation Total Individuals % Change Chronically Homeless Individuals 4,926 8, % Chronically Homeless Family Members % Chronic Substance Abuse 7,229 6,255-13% Severe Mental Illness 6,455 8, % Veterans 2,584 2,733 +6% Female Veterans (included above) % Persons with HIV/AIDS % Experience of Domestic Violence 2,031 5, % Physical Disability 4,071 4, % Los Angeles WollAng Together to End...Hest... Los Angeles 20

30 6/18/2015 Mitigating Factors Hecrnt Without tremendous work housing people over the past several years, more would be homeless. 12, Annual Housing Placements for Various Populations* Persons Permanently Hou 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 3,983. Families, excluding Veterans and Chronically Homeless Non-Chronically Homeless Veterans Chronically Homeless Veterans Chronically Homeless, Non- Veterans Los Angeles WodtIng Tom.. to End Nomotmstwts N 1.0, AN." 2014 'Housing placement data includes Glendale, Long Beach and Pasadena. Courtesy United Way/Home For Good. 21 Impacting Factors Housing Affordability Crisis The average monthly rent in the Los Angeles region ($1,716 in Dec 2014) makes it one of the top 10 highest places to rent in the US (per the USC Casden Forecast 2014). Next to comparable cities, the cost of living in Los Angeles is among the highest. Yet, Angelenos earn less than in any other comparable city (per a report by Economic Roundtable March 2015). High rents are driving more Californians into poverty (per the California Housing Partnership Report April 2015). Los Angeles World. Together to End Florno.sm. Lol Angeles o 23 8

31 6/18/2015 Impacting Factors Wages and Employment In the City of L.A., 723,000 employed, working age adults earn less than $15.25 an hour. 22% of those earning below $15.25 live in poverty. L.A. County's unemployment rate of 7.5% is still above the statewide rate of 7.1% and significantly above the national unemployment rate of 5.6%. Fl Los Angeles WoOting Together to End liorneleisness m los Angeles 23 Mitigating Factors Veterans Homelessness among veterans remained basically flat from 2013 (4,007 to 4,016). Across L.A. County the number of veterans has decreased by 6% since 2013 (4,618 to 4,363)* Since 2013, 7,500 veterans have been housed.** pl Los Angeles Wosting Tog.ttlso,to End HOsnelessness Es los Angeles 'Includes Glendale, Long Beach, and Pasadena Housing placement data includes Glendale, Long Beach and Pasadena. Courtesy United Way/Home For Good. 26 9

32 6/18/2015 Current Solutions 20. Count LAHSA works with community partners, Home For Good, City and County agencies to create a sustainable systemic infrastructure that targets to each homeless subpopulation with resources and interventions that: Acquire and deploy additional homelessness resources. Appropriately prioritize available resources. Improve coordination throughout LA City and County. Address the full spectrum of homelessness, from serving those currently experiencing homelessness to supporting diversion and prevention efforts. Los Angeles 64 Working Together to EM Homelessness M Los Angeles 27 Current Solutions Homeless Family Solutions System (HFSS) was established in 2013 to create a seamless, cooperative system of service delivery for homeless families. Coordinated Entry System (CES), launched as a pilot in 2011, improves access to services, service coordination, and targeted housing intervention for homeless individuals with the highest need. Veteran Surge to ensure all veterans housed by Los Angeles Working Together to End Homelessness in Los Angeles 28 10

33 6/18/2015 Current Solutions LA Continuum new resources: January 2015, City Housing Authority won $10 million award for 550 units of Permanent Supportive Housing for Chronically Homeless persons. Spring 2015, the City and County Housing Authorities received 588 VASH vouchers for homeless veterans. Spring 2015, VA awarded LA $30 million in Supportive Housing for Veterans Families funding. But, we need more... Los Angeles g Together to End Homelessness In Los Angeles 29 11

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