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November 01, 2019 | 1,702 total views

It's no surprise fires broke out in the city and county this week. We saw winds, temperatures, and humidity ripe for fire danger.

Our outreach staff made sure our homeless neighbors impacted by these fires evacuated and had access to services while proactively outreaching High Fire Hazard Severity Zones (HFHSZ). Thank you to all LAHSA staff who work on outreach, especially our HET members, for helping keep our homeless neighbors safe and informed. And thank you to our firefighters whose bravery, commitment, and selfless actions saved many lives.

Some metrics from our efforts this week:

Getty Fire

  • LAHSA and The People Concern assisted with staffing at evacuation centers throughout LA’s Westside and parts of the Valley.
  • Outreach was conducted throughout encampments and teams were able to engage and provide services.
  • LAHSA and The People Concern made 376 contacts with people experiencing homelessness.
  • Provided 364 masks.
  • Provided 83 bus tokens.
  • 5 abandon animals transported to ASPC.

Whittier Narrows Fire

  • Provided 25 masks.
  • Provided 20 hygiene supplies.
  • Provided water and snacks to 25 individuals residing in the Whittier Narrows.

County Encampments in HFHSZ

  • Provided 83 masks.
  • Provided 52 hygiene supplies.
  • Provided water and snacks to approximately 55 individuals residing in these areas.


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