Hiring Support

Need assistance recruiting qualified professionals? Learn how LAHSA can help! Email Capacitybuilding@lahsa.org for more information on how to connect with a recruiter

Centralized Training Academy

Looking for training and education opportunities? Search for a topic, create an account, and start learning!

Technical Assistance

Need help strengthening operational infrastructure? Apply for a technical assistance grant!

Hiring Support

Connect with a Recruiter

LAHSA is working with temporary recruiters to assist with identifying qualified professionals to fill critical staff positions at community based organizations. To learn more, please email capacitybuilding@lahsa.org.

Provider jobs

To increase exposure to jobs currently available across the County, LAHSA has restructured its job opportunities page linking to employment opportunities available at community based organizations.

To host your organization’s employment opportunities on LAHSA’s website, please submit contact information and we will add your organization’s positions to the page.

Beginning July 1, If you are registered as an administrative user in MyOrg, please log in To add your agency’s information. Simply update your Org Profile in MyOrg and your agency’s link will be automatically added.

Centralized Training Academy

As a result of the historic passage of Measure H in Los Angeles County to combat homelessness, training has never been more essential. The Centralized Training Academy is a Countywide training and education resource that provides consistent access to training opportunities in a number of areas relevant to staff working in the homeless services industry. 

To register for any of the training opportunities, please create an account by visiting: https://lahsa.configio.com

Direct Service Training

Homeless Health Care Los Angeles (HHCLA) is excited to take part in LAHSA’s Centralized Training Academy. Courses are available to for entry level, mid-level, and supervisory staff in the homeless services sector. This initiative is truly unique as there are very few training programs in Los Angeles County that cater specifically to staff in homeless services, and no training programs that offer a sequential, three-tiered curriculum designed for staff of all levels within the sector. This initiative offers the added benefit of taking a field-based approach to training, wherein HHCLA trainers travel to all 8 Service Planning Areas in LA county to educate homeless services staff on topics, resources, evidence-based practices and care coordination relevant to the homeless residents of their communities.

To review each curriculum, please click here. Click here to see a full list of upcoming training sessions

To register, please click here: https://lahsa.configio.com


LAHSA's policy team develops system and program level guidance and policies that respond to and integrate best practices in order to drive systemic change within local, state, and federal approaches to ending homelessness.

Learn more about current policies and their impact on direct service providers and the homeless services delivery system through available webinars and trainings.

To register, please click here: https://lahsa.configio.com

Program Implementation

LAHSA offers two main program implementation components that extend support to our funded Rapid Re-housing providers. These supports are provided through Rapid Re-housing (RRH) Boot Camps and Learning Communities.

Rapid Re-housing Boot Camps are trainings that provide direct line staff who are new and experienced staff to participate in an interactive two-day training that will cover Rapid Re-housing basics. These RRH “boot camps” offer an opportunity for those administering Rapid Re-housing programs to learn different methods and strategies in applying best practices.

Rapid Re-housing Learning Communities come in two forms, one specifically for program management staff and another for direct line staff. Learning Communities are intended for Rapid Re-housing providers to engage in peer-to-peer learning and share best practices. This is an opportunity for Rapid Re-housing providers to support each other in their work and collectively address challenges faced in Rapid Re-housing programs.

To register, you must be a funded Rapid Re-housing provider. Please click here: https://lahsa.configio.com


To learn more about how to access training on the CES Triage Tools, please email capacitybuilding@lahsa.org


LAHSA will be adding HMIS training offerings into the Centralized Training Academy in late summer 2018.