The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) conducts an annual homeless count, with Councilmember Blumenfield and his staff leading the effort in the West Valley for the past few years. In 2020 LAHSA’s results concluded there was a 16% increase in homelessness Citywide. Team Blumenfield will continue to help lead this effort and ensure that LAHSA has the most up to date numbers on the homelessness issue in the West Valley.
Below: Please check out this video to learn more about the LAHSA Homeless Count.
There are 66,436 people in the County of Los Angeles, including 41,290 in the City, who are homeless. Below is a more detailed breakdowns of LAHSA’s findings.
In the City of Los Angeles:
In Council District 3:
To look further into the LAHSA results, please go to www.LAHSA.org