The City of Cudahy now has a Supportive Services Coordinator and Homeless Services Liaison to help within the community. They will partner up with other city departments and divisions to address any issues and/or concerns within the city.
The Supportive Services Coordinator and Homeless Services Liaison will also partner up with service providers, nonprofit agencies, and local businesses to offer and connect the homeless population or anyone that could experience homeless the appropriate services. They are also providing continuous information on available resources, workshops, and training.
LA-HOP (Los Angeles County Homeless Outreach Portal)
LA-HOP is designed to assist people experiencing homelessness in LA County with outreach services
To submit a homeless outreach request visit www.la-hop.org
WHEN SHOULD I FILL OUT AN OUTREACH REQUEST?
Did you see someone experiencing homelessness who needs help? Notice a homeless neighbor who seems to be struggling with their physical and/or mental health? Then you can help them by filling out an outreach request and alert us as to any specific concerns you may have regarding the person’s well-being. As outreach capacity is limited, requests for those with more serious medical and/or mental health needs may be prioritized.
WHEN SHOULD I NOT FILL OUT AN OUTREACH REQUEST?
If you come across a family with minor children experiencing homelessness, have them call 211 and ask to be connected to the Coordinated Entry System for Families. If you are concerned about illegal activity, contact your local law enforcement agency. For medical and mental health emergencies, call 911. Unfortunately, outreach teams are not able to serve individuals who are couch surfing, temporarily living with friends or family, at risk of homelessness, or already staying in a homeless shelter. As outreach teams focus on street-based services, they cannot perform in-reach to facilities.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE A TEAM TO RESPOND?
Due to high demand, it may take a few days for an outreach team to be deployed and we may need to prioritize those individuals who are most vulnerable. With nearly 40,000 people living on the streets of LA County, the need for outreach services is great.
For more Frequently Asked Questions about Homelessness visit https://www.lahsa.org/portal/apps/la-hop/request
211 LA County
It takes less than 5 minutes to help someone in need. If you wish to speak to a live operator, dial 211 or visit www.211la.org
The Whole Child
Our mission is to help families raise emotionally and physically healthy children and have a place to call home. Dial (562) 692-0383 or visit www.TheWholeChild.org .
Crisis Intervention Interim Housing Outpatient Mental Health Permanent Housing School-Based Services
Supportive Services Nutrition Education Psychological Testing Case Management Housing Development
Parent Enrichment Birth to Five Medical Management Support
SAMHSA’s (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) National Helpline
SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders. Dial 1-800-662-HELP (4357) or visit www.SAMHSA.org .
The 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professional assistance. You are not alone. Dial 988 or visit www.988LifeLine.org .
LA County Department of Mental Health 24-hour Hotline
Hotline for non-emergencies, confidential mental health information, referrals to service providers, and crisis counseling at any day or time. Call our hotline at 1-800-854-7771 or visit www.DMH.LACounty.gov .
Crisis Text Line
Your feelings are valid, text someone for 24/7 support at your fingertips. Text HOME to 741741 or visit www.CrisisTextline.org .