The Solid Ground HPP helps prevent new cases of homelessness for families by stabilizing housing and working with them to build a more financially secure future. Services include housing search and placement, and housing stabilization services such as case management, budgeting/money management, assistance with accessing public benefits, and financial assistance.
To receive HPP services, you must:
- Reside in the City of Los Angeles
- Be at or below 50% of the Area Median Income (AMI)
- Be at high risk of homelessness (delinquent on rent) or facing the risk of homelessness (i.e. enduring a financial hardship that could result in homelessness, but not yet at risk of becoming homeless)
Does HPP provide financial support?
Yes, but financial assistance is limited. Please inquire with one of our specialists for more information CIFD.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Will this affect my public benefits?
No, HPP will not affect you or your family from receiving or continued use of public benefits such as CalFresh, CalWORKS, SSI, SSDI, or other local, state, or federal supported programs.
Where can I sign up or get more information for HPP services
Eight locations currently offer HPP services. See which agency is nearest to you. For more detailed information, call your local agencies directly:
All Peoples Community Center (Southeast)
Phone: (213) 747-6357
Barrio Action Youth & Family Center (El Sereno/Lincoln Heights)
Phone: (323) 221-0779
Central City Neighborhood Partners (Westlake/Pico-Union)
Phone: (213) 482-8618
El Centro de Ayuda (Boyle Heights)
Phone: (323) 526-9301
El Nido Family Center (Southwest)
Phone: (323) 998-0093
New Economics for Women (Van Nuys)
Phone: (818) 786-4098
Bresee Foundation (Wilshire)
Phone: (213) 387-2822
Volunteers of America Los Angeles (Hollywood)