At a time when record levels of resources are going to address LA’s homelessness crisis, the situation continues to spin out of control. Everyone agrees that the status quo is unacceptable - for the unsheltered and sheltered alike - yet our leaders keep trying the same solutions and getting the same results. The LA Alliance for Human Rights sued the City and County of Los Angeles to break this cycle and to compel our local leaders to act urgently and creatively to solve this crisis in our community.
Now that the City and County have settled our lawsuit we must begin the work of holding them accountable.
Our lawsuit resulted in the City and County agreeing to new shelter and housing units to get people off the street, the creation of 3,000 new treatment beds, and the resolution and clean up of homeless encampments.
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