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2017 Greater

Los Angeles
Homeless
Count Results
Los Angeles County and
Continuum of Care
Thank You
The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority would like to thank
the following partners for their invaluable help during the 2017
Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count:

City of Los Angeles


Los Angeles County
Los Angeles Police Department
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
Neighborhood Councils
Homeless Coalitions
Cities
Communities of Los Angeles County
8,000 Volunteers

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 2


Why We Count
The Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count

Gives a snapshot (or Point-In-Time Count) of homelessness in LA


Answers key questions about homelessness in LA
How many people?
What are the demographics?
What is the distribution across the County?
Where are people experiencing homelessness staying?

The Point-In-Time Count is mandated by the U.S. Department of


Housing and Urban Development.

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 3


When We Count
Annually
Last 10 days of January
Street Count, January 24January 26, 2017 by Service Planning
Area (SPA)
SPAs 2, 3, 7 January 24
SPAs 5, 8 January 25
SPAs 1, 4, 6 January 26
Youth Count Blitz Days, January 27January 31, 2017
SPAs 1, 2, 4 January 27
SPA 7 January 30
SPAs 3, 5, 6, 8 January 31

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 4


Who We Count
Persons who meet HUDs definition of literal homelessness

Unsheltered Sheltered
An individual/family whose An individual/family living in a
primary nighttime residence is supervised publicly or privately
public/private place not designed
operated shelter designed to
for or ordinarily used as a regular
sleeping accommodation for provide temporary living
human beings. arrangement.

Emergency Shelters
Transitional Housing
Safe Havens
Emergency Hotel/Motel Voucher

24 CFR 578.3 of the Homeless Definition Final Rule

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 5


Where We Count
Los Angeles Continuum of Care
(CoC)
100% Census Tract Coverage
(Street Count)
Street Locations
Metro Lines
County Parks
Riverbeds
Shelter Types
Emergency Shelters
Transitional Housing
Safe Havens
LA CoC excludes Pasadena,
Glendale, Long Beach

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 6


How We Count

Total Homeless Population

Single Adult Adult Transition Age Young Unaccompanied


Families Youth Families Minors
(18 to 24)

Unsheltered Street Count Demographic Youth Count / Demographic Survey


Survey

Sheltered Shelter Count Shelter Intake Survey

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 7


2017 Enhancements

Demographic Survey Youth Count


Response card for sensitive Improved strategy to capture
questions youth hotspots
Conducted surveys at family Decreased survey length
resource centers

Street Count Shelter Count


Improved volunteer training video Pre- and Post- Count review
Expanded collaboration with LA by providers and regional
Metro and County Park Rangers experts

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 8


Findings by
Geographic
Area
Los Angeles County

Service Planning Area

Supervisorial District

City of Los Angeles

Council District

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 9


2017 Los Angeles County Results
Geography:
LA County

Population:
Total
57,794 People experiencing homelessness on a given night (Sheltered and
Unsheltered)

23% Increase from 2016 total of 46,874


Total Homeless Population
Los Angeles County, 2016 - 2017

(26%) 14,966
(26%) 12,173 +23%

(74%) 42,828
(74%) 34,701
+23%

2016 2017
Total: 46,874 Total: 57,794
Unsheltered Sheltered

Los Angeles County also includes Glendale, Long Beach, and Pasadena CoCs

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 10


Los Angeles County Service Planning Areas (SPAs)

Los Angeles County also includes Glendale, Long Beach, and Pasadena CoCs

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 11


2017 Los Angeles County Findings by SPAs Geography:
LA County

Population:
Total
(Sheltered and
Unsheltered)

Service Planning Area 2016 Total 2017 Total % Change


1- Antelope Valley 3,038 4,559 +50%
2- San Fernando Valley 7,334 7,627 +4%
3- San Gabriel Valley 3,142 4,127 +31%
4- Metro LA 11,860 15,393 +30%
5- West LA 4,659 5,511 +18%
6- South LA 7,459 9,243 +24%
7- East LA County 3,469 5,189 +50%
8- South Bay 5,913 6,145 +4%
Totals 46,874 57,794 +23%

Los Angeles County also includes Glendale, Long Beach, and Pasadena CoCs

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 12


Los Angeles County Supervisorial Districts (SDs)

Los Angeles County also includes Glendale, Long Beach, and Pasadena CoCs

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 13


2017 Los Angeles County Findings Geography:
LA County
by Supervisorial District (SD) Population:
Total
(Sheltered and
Unsheltered)

Supervisorial District 2016 Total 2017 Total % Change


SD 1 8,749 12,956 +48%
SD 2 15,322 18,657 +22%
SD 3 10,712 11,870 +11%
SD 4 5,961 6,576 +10%
SD 5 6,130 7,735 +26%
Totals 46,874 57,794 +23%

Los Angeles County also includes Glendale, Long Beach, and Pasadena CoCs

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City of Los Angeles

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 15


2017 City of Los Angeles Findings
Geography:
City of LA

Population:
Total
34,189 People experiencing homelessness on a given night (Sheltered and
Unsheltered)

20% Increase from 2016 total of 28,464


Total Homeless Population
City of Los Angeles, 2016 - 2017

(26%) 8,952
(25%) 7,126 +26%

+18% (74%) 25,237


(75%) 21,338

2016 2017

Total: 28,464 Total: 34,189

Unsheltered Sheltered

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City of Los Angeles Council Districts (CDs)

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 17


2017 City of Los Angeles Findings Geography:
City of LA
by Council District (CD) Population:
Total
Council District 2016 Total 2017 Total % Change (Sheltered and
Unsheltered)
CD 1 1,986 2,958 +49%
CD 2 1,084 1,212 +12%
CD 3 890 746 -16%
CD 4 628 783 +25%
CD 5 913 1,160 +27%
CD 6 1,856 2,047 +10%
CD 7 1,206 1,198 -1%
CD 8 1,497 2,178 +45%
CD 9 3,458 3,843 +11%
CD 10 1,112 1,508 +36%
CD 11 2,529 2,741 +8%
CD 12 906 879 -3%
CD 13 3,036 3,282 +8%
CD 14 5,590 7,386 +32%
CD 15 1,773 2,268 +28%
Total 28,464 34,189 +20%

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 18


Los Angeles CoC Results

LA CoC excludes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 19


2017 Los Angeles CoC Results
Geography:
LA CoC

Population:

55,188 People experiencing homelessness on a given night


Total
(Sheltered and
Unsheltered)

26% Increase from 2016 total of 43,855


Total Homeless Population
Los Angeles Continuum of Care, 2016 - 2017

(25%) 13,972
(25%) 11,073 +26%

(75%) 41,216
(75%) 32,781 +26%

2016 2017
Total: 43,854 Total: 55,188

Unsheltered Sheltered
LA CoC excludes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 20


Vehicles and Encampments
Geography:
LA CoC

Population:
Vehicles and
14,412 Vehicles and encampments Encampments

26% Increase from 2016 total of 11,472


Total Number of Vehicles and Encampments by Dwelling Type
Los Angeles Continuum of Care, 2016 - 2017

+23%
4,545
+23%
3,707
3,516
+21% +20%
+50% 2,851
2,342
2,147
1,862 1,946
1,428 1,540

Cars Vans Campers/ RVs Tents Makeshift Shelters


2016 2017
Total: 11,472 Total: 14,412
LA CoC excludes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

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People Placed into Housing
Geography:
LA CoC

Population:

14,214 People moved out of homelessness into Permanent Total


(Sheltered and
Unsheltered)
Housing in 2016

30% Increase from 2015


61% Increase from 2014
Total Housing Placements
Los Angeles Continuum of Care, 2014 - 2016
14,214
10,917
8,802

2014 2015 2016

LA CoC excludes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

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Demographic
Characteristics
Los Angeles
County and
CoC
Age
Race/Ethnicity
Gender
Health Conditions

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 23


Age
Geography:
LA CoC

Population:
Total
Total Homeless Population by Age (Sheltered and
Los Angeles Continuum of Care, 2016 - 2017 Unsheltered)

(8%) 3,615
Under 18 +41%
Includes children in families (9%) 5,091
and unaccompanied minors

(8%) 3,447 +64%


18-24
(10%) 5,645

(60%) 26,219 +22%


25-54
(58%) 32,031

(16%) 6,821 +23%


55-61
(15%) 8,416

2016 2017
(9%) 3,752
62 & Older +7% Total: 43,854 Total: 55,188
(7%) 4,005

LA CoC excludes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

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Race and Ethnicity
Geography:
LA CoC

Population:
Total
Total Homeless Population by Race and Ethnicity
Los Angeles Continuum of Care, 2016 - 2017 (Sheltered and
Unsheltered)

(27%) 11,861 +63%


Hispanic or Latino
(35%) 19,391

(26%) 11,354 -2%


White
(20%) 11,151

(39%) 17,188 +28%


Black / African-American
(40%) 21,921

(1%) 464 +31%


Asian
(1%) 607
(2%) 903 -21%
American Indian/Alaskan Native
(1%) 713

Native Hawaiian / Other Pacific (1%) 262 -45%


Islander (0.3%) 143
2016 2017
(4%) 1,822 Total: 43,854 Total: 55,188
Multi-Racial / Other -31%
(2%) 1,262

LA CoC excludes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

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Gender
Geography:
LA County

Population:
Total
(Sheltered and
Total Homeless Population by Gender
Unsheltered)
Los Angeles County, 2016 - 2017

(33%) 15,431
Female +16%
(31%) 17,882

Male
(66%) 30,955 +27%
(68%) 39,268

Transgender
(1%) 488 -1%
(1%) 484

Does not identify as male, N/A


female, or transgender (0.3%) 160

2016 2017
Total: 46,874 Total: 57,794

Does not identify as male, female, or transgender category was introduced to the Demographic Survey for the first time in 2017
Los Angeles County includes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

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Health Conditions
Geography:
LA County

Population:
Total (Sheltered and
Unsheltered) 18+

Health Conditions, 18+


Los Angeles County, 2016 - 2017

(32%) 13,921 +13%


Serious Mental Illness
(30%) 15,728

(24%) 10,486
Substance Use Disorder
-11%
(18%) 9,285

(1.6%) 694
Persons with HIV/AIDS +67%
2016 2017
(2.2%) 1,160
Total: 43,015 Total: 52,424

Question asked using response card


Totals for each condition include persons 18 years and older only
Los Angeles County includes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

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Findings by
Subpopulation
Los Angeles
County and
CoC
Chronic Homelessness

Veterans

Families

Youth

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 28


Chronic Homelessness
Geography:
LA County

Population:
Chronically
17,531 Chronically homeless persons experience homelessness Homeless

on a given night

20% Increase from 2016 total of 14,644


Total Chronically Homeless Persons
Los Angeles County, 2016 - 2017
(7%) 1,210
(6%) 898
+35%

(93%) 16,321
(94%) 13,746
+19%

2016 2017
Total: 14,644 Total: 17,531

Unsheltered Sheltered

Sheltered Chronically Homeless Persons excludes Transitional Housing


Los Angeles County includes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

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Geography:
Chronically Homeless Persons LA CoC

Placed into Housing Population:


Chronically
2,683 Chronically homeless persons placed into permanent Homeless

housing in 2016
121% Increase from 2015
536% Increase from 2014

Chronically Homeless Persons Placed into Housing


Los Angeles Continuum of Care, 2014 - 2016

2,683

1,213

422

2014 2015 2016

LA CoC excludes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

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Veterans
Geography:
LA County

Population:
Veterans
4,828 Veterans experience homelessness on a given night
57% Increase from 2016 total of 3,071
20% Increase from 2015 total of 4,016
Total Homeless Veteran Population
Los Angeles County, 2016 - 2017

(27%) 1,289

-11%
(47%) 1,453
(73%) 3,539

(53%) 1,618 +119%

2016 2017
Total: 3,071 Total: 4,828

Unsheltered Sheltered

Los Angeles County includes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

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Veterans Placed into Housing
Geography:
LA County

Population:
Veterans
3,548 Veterans placed into permanent housing in 2016
5% Decrease from 2015

Veteran Housing Placements, Los Angeles County,


2014 - 2016

3,769
3,584

2015 2016
LA CoC excludes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs
The 2015 data reflects a recent reconciliation by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

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Geography:

People in Families
LA County

Population:
People in families

8,529 People in families experience homelessness on a given night


29% Increase from 2016 total of 6,611
21% Decrease in unsheltered people in families
Total People in Families Experiencing Homelessness
Los Angeles County, 2016 - 2017

+50% (81%) 6,942


(70%) 4,613

(30%) 1,998 -21% (19%) 1,587


2016 2017
Total: 6,611 Total: 8,529

Unsheltered Sheltered

Los Angeles County includes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach

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Geography:
LA County
CalWORKs Temporary Homeless Assistance
Population:
People in families
The increase in sheltered families may be partially attributed
to an increase in families receiving CalWorks Temporary Homeless Assistance.

CalWorks Tempoary Homeless Assistance


Requests and Approvals
Los Angeles County, Dec 2012 - Feb 2017
2,175
1,617
1,490 1,506
2,072
1,227
1,052 1,518

1,046 1,050
875
736

Dec-16
Dec-12

Dec-13

Dec-14

Dec-15
Jan-13

Jan-14

Feb-14

Jan-15

Jan-16

Jan-17
Feb-13

Feb-15

Feb-16

Feb-17
CalWORKs Homeless Temporary Assistance Requests Received
CalWORKs Homeless Temporary Assistance Requests Approved
Los Angeles County includes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach

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People in Families Placed into Housing Geography:
LA CoC

Population:
7,163 People in families housed in 2016 People in families

4% Increase from 2015


67% Increase from 2014
Family Housing Placements, Total Family Members, Los
Angeles Continuum of Care, 2014 - 2016

6,867 7,163

4,282

2014 2015 2016


LA CoC excludes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs
The 2015 data reflects a recent reconciliation by LAHSA

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Youth
Geography:
LA County

Population:
Total Youth
5,983 Youth experiencing homelessness on a given night (Sheltered and
Unsheltered)

61% Increase from 2016 total


Total Homeless Youth Population
Los Angeles County, 2016 - 2017

(24%) 1,447
+21%
(33%) 1,208
(76%) 4,536
+81%
(67%) 2,509

2016 2017
Total: 3,717 Total: 5,983
Unsheltered Sheltered

2017 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count made an improvement in execution of the Youth Count from 2016.
Youth Includes Transition Age Youth (18-24), Unaccompanied Minors (Under 18) and Young Families (where no person is above the age of 24)
Los Angeles County includes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

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Youth Homelessness by Subpopulation Geography:
LA County

Population:
5,983 Youth experiencing homelessness on a given night in 2017 Total Youth
(Sheltered and
Unsheltered)
Youth homelessness by subpopulation similar in 2016

Youth Homelessness by Subpopulation


Los Angeles County, 2017

Unsheltered (89%) 4,041 (7%) 306


Total: 4,536

(4%) 189

Sheltered (67%) 970 (29%) 413 Unaccompanied Minors


Total: 1,447
Transition Age Youth
(4%) 64 Young Family Members

Youth Includes Transition Age Youth (18-24), Unaccompanied Minors (Under 18) and Young Family Members (where no person is above the age
of 24)
Los Angeles County includes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

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Youth Placed into Housing
Geography:
LA CoC

Population:
Youth
1,209 Youth newly housed in 2016
24% Increase from 2015
59% Increase from 2014
Youth Placed into Housing
Los Angeles Continuum of Care, 2014 - 2016

1,209

976
758

2014 2015 2016

LA CoC excludes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

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Notable
Characteristics Length of Time in LA
County

Place of Residence
Before Becoming
Homeless

First Time Homelessness

Lifetime Experience with


Domestic Violence

Currently Fleeing
Violence

Sex Trafficking

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Length of Time in LA County
Geography:
LA CoC

Population:
Length of Time Spent in LA County by year similar in 2016 Unsheltered Adults 25+
and Children in Adult
Families

Length of Time Spent in LA County, Unsheltered Adults 25+ & Children in Adult Families
Los Angeles Continuum of Care, 2017

More than 20 years (57%) 21,122

10 - 20 years (9%) 3,130

5 - 10 years (9%) 3,273

1 - 5 years (14%) 4,999


Total: 36,765

1 Year or less (12%) 4,241

LA CoC excludes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

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Place of Residence Before Geography:
LA CoC

Becoming Homeless Population:


Unsheltered

Place of Residence Before Becoming Homeless, Unsheltered Persons


Los Angeles Continuum of Care, 2016 - 2017

(70%) 22,856
Los Angeles County
(71%) 29,187

(7%) 2,444
Other County in Southern California
(7%) 2,805

(3%) 1,140
Other County in California
(3%) 1,245

(17%) 5,713
Out of State
(17%) 6,901

(2%) 627 2016 2017


Outside of the United States Total: 41,216
(3%) 1,058 Total: 32,780

LA CoC excludes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

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First Time Experiencing Homelessness Geography:
LA CoC

Population:
8,044 people experiencing homelessness Unsheltered Adults 25+
and Children in Adult
for the first time, became homeless in the past year Families

First Time Experiencing Homelessness,


Unsheltered Adults 25+ & Children in Adult Families
Los Angeles Continuum of Care 2016 - 2017

(60%) 21,935
(57%) 17,421

2016 2017

Total: 30,393 Total: 36,765

First Time Experiencing Homelessness includes people experiencing homelessness for any duration
LA CoC excludes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

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Lifetime Experience with Domestic
Violence/Intimate Partner Violence

Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence (DV/IPV) includes


lifetime experience of:
Physical abuse by parent/guardian/other relative or intimate partner
Sexual abuse by parent/guardian/other relative or intimate partner
Dating violence
Stalking

Question asked using response card


LA County includes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

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Lifetime Experience with Geography:
LA County
Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence Population:
Total (Sheltered and
Unsheltered)18+

17,945 People stated having domestic violence/intimate partner violence


experience
More than double the 2016 total of 8,233

Lifetime Experience with Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence, 18+


Los Angeles County, 2016 - 2017

(12%) 2,210
+59%
(17%) 1,393
(88%) 15,735
+130%
(83%) 6,840

2016 2017
Total: 8,233 Total: 17,945

Unsheltered Sheltered

Question asked using response card


LA County includes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 44


Lifetime Experience with Geography:
LA CoC
Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence Population:
by Gender Total (Sheltered and
Unsheltered) 18+ and
Unaccompanied Minors

Lifetime Experience with Domestic Violence/ Intimate Partner Violence by Gender,


18+ and Unaccompanied Minors
Los Angeles Continuum of Care, 2017

68%
(306)
50%
(7,229)
43%
27% (67)
(9,577)

Male Female Transgender Do not identify as male,


Total: 36,065 Total: 14,548 Total: 449 female, or transgender
Total: 155

Question asked using response card


LA CoC excludes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

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Currently Fleeing Violence
Geography:
LA CoC

Population:
Unsheltered Adults 25+
and Children in Adult
Families

3,658 (10%) of Unsheltered Adults 25+


and Children in Adult Families
are currently fleeing violence

LA CoC excludes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 46


Sex Trafficking by Gender
Geography:
LA CoC

Population:
Unsheltered,18+ and
Unaccompanied Minors

Sex Trafficking by Gender, Unsheltered, 18+ and Unaccompanied Minors


Los Angeles Continuum of Care, 2017

42%
6% 28% (162)
(1,666) (3,050) 24%
(36)

Male Female Transgender Do not identify as male,


Total: 29,790 Total: 10,891 Total: 383 female, or transgender
Total: 152

Survey Question: Have you ever been forced, threatened, or pressured into performing a sex act with another person and the
person(s) that forced you received payment or anything of value in exchange for this act?
Question asked using response card
LA CoC excludes Glendale, Pasadena, and Long Beach CoCs

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 47


Socioeconomic
Factors

Housing Affordability

Housing Availability

Poverty

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 48


LA Metro is the Most Cost-Burdened in the United States

Renters of Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim Metro


Statistical Area are the most cost-burdened in the nation.

Joint Center for Housing Studies, The State of the Nations Housing 2016

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LA Metro Area is Cost-Burdened

25% of residents are severely housing cost-burdened

Over 2 million households


are cost-burdened

23% of residents are


moderately housing cost-
burdened

Moderate Cost-Burden: Housing costs exceeding 30% of income


Severe Cost-Burden: Housing costs exceeding 50% of income
Joint Center for Housing Studies, The State of the Nations Housing 2016

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LA County Residents are Severely Cost-Burdened

550,918 Low income households are severely housing cost-


burdened in Los Angeles County

Los Angeles County (2015)


Area Median Income
(4-Person Family) $63,000
Income Percentage of Severely Housing Housing Cost-Burdened
Categories Cost-Burdened Renter Households Households
Deeply Low-Income (DLI)
(0-15% AMI) 92% 150,940

Extremely Low-Income (ELI)


(15-30% AMI) 73% 217,824
Very Low-Income (VLI)
(30-50% AMI) 41% 133,417
Low Income (LI)
(50-80% AMI) 14% 48,737
Grand Total 550,918

California Housing Partnership Corporation (2017), Los Angeles County Housing Need 2017
URL: http://1p08d91kd0c03rlxhmhtydpr.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Los-Angeles-County-2017.pdf

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LA County Faces a Gap in Affordability

Los Angeles County needs


551,807 more affordable
rental homes for very and
extremely low income
households

California Housing Partnership Corporation (2017), Los Angeles County Housing Need 2017
URL: http://1p08d91kd0c03rlxhmhtydpr.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Los-
Angeles-County-2017.pdf

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LAs Tight Rental Market

Expected Rental Vacancy Rate


Metropolitan Areas 2017

United States 4.0%

San Francisco 4.2%

San Diego 3.4%

New York City 3.3%

Los Angeles 2.6%

Marcus & Millichap Multifamily Investment Forecast, National Report, 2017, URL:
https://www.marcusmillichap.com/research/researchreports/reports/2017/01/17/multifamily-investment-forecast

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Rents Increase Faster Than Median Household Income
Los Angeles Countys Inflation-Adjusted Median Rent
Increased 28% While Median Renter Income Declined 8%
From 2000 to 2014 (CHPC)

California Housing Partnership Corporation (2017), Los Angeles County Housing Need 2017
URL: http://1p08d91kd0c03rlxhmhtydpr.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Los-Angeles-County-2017.pdf

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 54


Additional
Resources
will Make a
Difference

Measure H and
Proposition HHH

Save the Date!

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 55


Measure H and Proposition HHH
Measure H Proposition HHH

Sales tax generating $355 million $1.2 billion bond measure estimated to
annually for services and programs to build 10,000 units of permanent
prevent and combat homelessness: supportive housing
Rapid Re-housing
Permanent Supportive Housing
Enhancing Emergency Shelter System
Homelessness Prevention for Families,
Individuals, and Youth

2017 HOMELESS COUNT RESULTS 56


Save the Date!
2018 Street Count
January 24, 25 & 26

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