Resources

UNHOUSED

LAHSA is the lead agency in the Los Angeles Continuum of Care, which is the regional planning body that coordinates housing and services for homeless families and individuals in Los Angeles County. For more information regarding services or recent homeless counts click on this link.
 

MENTAL HEALTH
 

The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health their Mental health services provided include assessments, case management, crisis intervention, medication support, peer support and other rehabilitative services. Services are provided in multiple settings including residential facilities, clinics, schools, hospitals, juvenile halls and camps, mental health courts, board and care homes, in the field and in people’s homes. Special emphasis is placed on addressing co-occurring mental health disorders and other health problems such as addiction.  for more information regarding mental health resources in Los Angeles visit the website of the LADMH.

 

CONNECTING TO LOS ANGELES COUNTY

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HAVE AN AIR QUALITY COMPLAINT?
 

South Coast AQMD is the regulatory agency responsible for improving air quality for large areas of Los Angeles, Orange County, Riverside and San Bernardino counties, including the Coachella Valley.  The region is home to more than 17 million people–about half the population of the entire state of California.  http://www.aqmd.gov/home

Other Resources
 

TENANT/LANDLORD RESOURCES
 

Are you a tenant/renter or landlord?

Do you know your rights and responsibilities?

Below are some resources to help you understand your rights and navigate the landlord tenant relationship.

 

Sources of Your Rights and Responsibilities

 

Housing and Community Investment Department of Los Angeles

The Housing and Community Investment Department of Los Angeles (HCIDLA) is a government agency of the City of Los Angeles.
 

The Regulatory Compliance and Code Bureau serves as a resource to landlords and tenants, to provide information on their rights and responsibilities under the Rent Stabilization Ordinance and the City and State Housing Codes. Assistance is also provided at any one of its public counters and over the phone, and it provides year-round workshops on various landlord-tenant topics.
 

Our housing inspectors respond to code violation complaints and conduct scheduled inspections for each of the 760,000 rental units in the City of Los Angeles. Rental properties with persistent code violations are referred for further enforcement to programs; such as the Rent Escrow Account Program (REAP), where outreach contractors are available to assist landlords and tenants become familiar with their rights and obligations in maintaining rental properties, or to the Office of the City Attorney for criminal prosecution.  Our housing investigators are ready to assist tenants and landlords with RSO questions and resolving violations.
 

Have a question? 
Do you want to find out if your rental is subject to the Rent Stabilization Ordinances?

 

Contact the HCIDLA’s toll-free hotline:  866-557-7368
TTY 213-473-3231

hcidla.lacity.org

 

Other Resources

This website provided by the California Courts provides information on the eviction process, forms, and information about other services.
 

A guide regarding landlord and tenant rights and responsibilities.
 

Information from the Los Angeles County Superior Court regarding unlawful detainer actions, interpreters, and the court’s general orders.

 ***PLEASE NOTE THAT THESE RESOURCES ARE PROVIDED AS A PUBLIC SERVICE AND ONLY FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE NOR REPLACE THE ADVICE OF A LEGAL PROFESSIONAL***

 

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