Venice Community Housing helps low-income people achieve economic and personal stability through non-profit affordable housing, education,and a comprehensive network of supportive services.
Find low income apartments in California along with non-profit organizations that help with low income housing along with HUD apartments, public housing apartments, public housing authorities, and housing assistance agencies.
Find out what else you can do to expand and preserve affordable housing in Los Angeles at the Building Healthy Communities 101 website.
NEW! Home for Renters program - learn your rights under City’s Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO)
The mission of Thai CDC is “to advance the social and economic well-being of low and moderate income individuals in the greater Los Angeles area through a broad and comprehensive community development strategy including human rights advocacy, affordable housing, access to healthcare, promotion of small businesses, neighborhood empowerment, and social enterprises.
SAJE's mission is to change public and corporate policy in a manner that provides concrete economic benefits to working class people, increases the economic rights of working class people, and builds leadership through a movement for economic justice; and in the process creating sustainable models of economic democracy.
The disappearance of affordable housing is one of the unjust results of commercialized short-term rental abuse.
If your housing is being jeopardized by an illegal short-term rental conversion, the Coalition for Economic Survival may be able to assist with legal advice.
It’s difficult to fight an eviction. Even if you take your complaint to court. Even if you’re in the right.
But Bet Tzedek can help. While a UCLA study found that many tenants who defended themselves in court lost, Bet Tzedek success rate for eviction defense is more than 90 percent. Staff attorneys can do it for you too. Call (323) 939-0506.
Bet Tzedek – The House of Justice
For the past 40 years, Bet Tzedek has provided free, comprehensive legal services for low-income individuals and families in Los Angeles, proving that access to justice makes a difference in people’s lives. It is the difference between having a home and living on the streets, between getting paid or having to go hungry, between access to medical care and supportive services or suffering.