Together, we’re making a difference
in the fight against homelessness.
Finally, a place for the grandkids to visit
Imagine Village in Lancaster is open and providing much-needed housing for people who have experienced longterm homelessness, like Rachel Bailey. With the help of organizations like the Penny Lane Centers and Abode Communities and people like Loretta Lucero, Rachel now has some stability in her life--and a place to visit with her grandchildren.
At 73, coming in from the streets to a place of her own
With homelessness among seniors on the rise, L.A. County is leading a coalition to help bring vulnerable older adults into safe, secure housing. Meet Margarita Salas, who lost her home and battled illness but now, at the age of 73, has a fresh start on life in a place of her own.
Help for four-legged friends
What happens when a pet parent experiences homelessness? See how the Department of Animal Care and Control steps in to give furry family members a temporary loving home while their parents find their family a forever home.
The music men bring it home
Never underestimate the power of music to bring people together—and the power of help and human connection to change lives. After 13 years living on the streets, Calvert Tillett has found the way home, forming a special bond with his case manager that’s made for song.
Street medicine with a dose of compassion
An unprecedented mobilization to combat and prevent homelessness has led to a major expansion of outreach workers out on the street. Meet one of them—a physician’s assistant who is bringing healing to the homeless while protecting the health of the public at large.