Case/Care Management

Case/Care Management ( Section 8 Housing Residents )


The program provides permanent supportive housing services for low-income people 18 years and older including those who are homeless, have poor health, mental health or addiction problems, who are in Skid Row area of downtown Los Angeles. Children are not eligible for the program. Services include case/care management for Section 8 residents, contract clinics, and single room occupancy housing (SRO). There are no geographic restrictions.

The program is for permanent housing only and openings are not available on an emergency basis. Both subsidized and unsubsidized units are available; some of the hotels offer Section 8 housing for people who are homeless at the time of application.

To be eligible to subsidized units applicants must be single individuals who are homeless or chronically homeless, have a qualifying disability and meet income guidelines. Criminal background checks may be required.

To be eligible for unsubsidized units applicants must be single individuals only and must meet income guidelines. Applicants are required to pay full market rate rent.

Additional support services vary at property locations. Case management services are offered for every property. APPLICATION PROCEDURE To apply for a subsidized unit, visit one of the Coordinated Entry System locations: VOA, LAMP or Downtown Women's Center (for women only). California ID and social security card are required.

To apply for an unsubsidized unit, visit the Skid Row Housing Trust Leasing Office at 613 Maple Ave., Los Angeles CA 90021. California ID and social security card are required. Call the designated phone line for questions.

Wait list times vary for both types of housing. FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE Fees for unsubsidized housing varies by unit; rent is set at full market rate.
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611 E. 5th St.

Los Angeles , CA 90013 (Physical)

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Service hours
Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:00pm.


(213) 623-9730 (Applications)

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