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Everyone Home Long Beach

“While Long Beach has done some amazing work to address homelessness, it is clear we must do more.”
– Mayor Robert Garcia

Everyone Home Long Beach is a bold citywide plan to address the statewide homelessness crisis and its effects on Long Beach. Built on the efforts by the City, Everyone Home Long Beach is mobilizing the entire community to create new pathways into affordable homes and to increase efforts to prevent our residents from becoming homeless.

This initiative was guided by a Task Force of leaders, chaired by California State University Long Beach President Jane Conoley, who worked with people experiencing homelessness, students, community members, tenants, employers, property owners and service providers to prepare a comprehensive set of recommendations for review by the Mayor and City Council.

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EHLB TaskForce Cover
The City releases the Everyone Home Long Beach Report, which explores the causes of homelessness, evaluates existing services and funding streams, assesses needs, and outlines the Everyone Home LB Taskforce goals and recommendations.
Health (REACH) Outreach Teams
The Department of Health and Human Services will lead two newly formed, coordinated outreach teams to help people in Long Beach who are experiencing homelessness. The Restorative Engagement to Achieve Collective Health (REACH) outreach teams will focus on physical and mental health as part of their outreach efforts. 
Spark at Midtown
The City of Long Beach, in partnership with The Long Beach Community Investment Company (LBCIC) and Linc Housing Corporation (Linc), today celebrated the opening of the Spark at Midtown (Spark), a new, 95-unit supportive and affordable housing community in Midtown Long Beach.
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Read the Task Force Recommendations