Native American Indian Commission


Homelessness is an issue that touches our Los Angeles Native American community, but not much is formally known about the particular issues our relatives face, nor do we know their true count and other characteristics. This page will serve to update you on the long journey ahead in addressing homelessness in our community.

On October 15, 2019 the LA County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed the motion, “Identifying, Supporting, and Serving American Indians and Alaska Natives Who Are at Risk of or Experiencing Homelessness.” Stay tuned for the report back and action plan in April 2020.


To read the Community Progress Report and Preliminary Recommendations, click here.


According to the Healthy LA Native study

Healthy Native Infographic

Homelessness Timeline

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