HomeAid Los Angeles' mission is: "Building new lives for Los Angeles' individuals and families experiencing homelessness through housing and community outreach." Our mission gives us broad latitude to engage in building projects across the entire continuum of care, from emergency shelters and transitional housing to permanent/supportive housing. Every HomeAid project offers support services such as education and job skills training, physical and emotional support that help residents move toward self-sufficiency.
Every individual has worth and human dignity and deserves the basic provision of shelter as a necessity of life. Most homeless people do not want to be homeless and will respond with self-initiative to improve themselves if given the opportunity. As citizens of this nation, we have a civic and moral responsibility to better the lives of others by sharing with others the gifts and talents we possess.
NHF Pico Union Recuperative Care Facility
National Health Foundation opens a 62-bed recuperative care facility for residents discharged from hospitals who would otherwise be homeless. LEARN MORE
Long Beach Rescue Mission 'The Lighthouse'
A new fully-dedicated facility called 'The Lighthouse' - will be adjacent to the Long Beach Rescue Mission's Lydia House facility. LEARN MORE