Homelessness in Los Angeles County, California increased approximately 12.7%, from 58,936 in January 2019 to 66,433 in January 2020. This increase happened despite a sustained increase in the number of people who have been rehoused after homelessness. The estimated inflow over 2019 was 82,955 individuals, with 22,769 housing placements, and an estimated 52,689 individuals finding other housing. Figures show that 18,395 individuals experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles County were sheltered in 2019: this is a 25% increase from 14,722 during 2018. While there was a 36.8% increase in sheltered families during . . .
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