Community Services

The Community Services and Development Bureau operations include the planning and administration of the City's Consolidated Plan and HCIDLA's social service delivery programs, including the FamilySource System, Domestic Violence Shelter Operations, Housing Opportunities for Persons with HIV/AIDS (HOPWA), Supportive Housing Services for homeless individuals and families, and Fair Housing programs; and administrative oversight of Commission on Community & Family Services; Commission on the Status of Women; Community Action Board; Human Relations Commission; and Affordable Housing Commission.

FamilySource Centers

FamilySource Centers (FSC) are located in high-need areas of the City and provide a continuum of ...

Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking ...

Domestic violence shelters are safe places where domestic violence and abuse victims can get help ...

Transportation Safety

A moving vehicle with child passengers is one of the most dangerous places for children. In California, ...

Consolidated Plan

HCIDLA manages over $120 million in federal funds toward housing, services, and neighborhood ...

Homelessness

The City and its partners, including the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA), are working ...

HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for Persons ...

Housing Opportunities for Persons with HIV/AIDS, also known as HOPWA, is a federally-funded program ...

Commissions and Community Engagement

HCIDLA supports six Mayor-appointed boards that advise the City on community needs:

  • Commission for Community and Family ...