LAHSA has released the 2018 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count City and Community Level Results on Friday, July 27th. The annual city and community level data provides key local data that guides cities and communities in their efforts to end homelessness in Los Angeles County. This data includes sheltered/unsheltered, Youth Count, and vehicle, tent, and makeshift shelter totals. This year, the Count includes data for over 80 cities and 200 communities across Los Angeles County. Please note that following the standard quality assurance process, the 2018 Homeless Count total has been adjusted and is now: 52,765, a 4% decrease from last year. This reflects an adjustment of 430 fewer people than previously reported.
To access city and community level data, please click here. The updated data summaries and presentation can be found here.