The City of Lancaster has cultivated and is committed to implementing a multi-faceted approach to tackling the complexities of homelessness. These strategies include a new facility, Kensington Campus; the Lancaster Community Homelessness Plan, tailored specifically to our community needs; and a number of key partnerships, including a newly formed Homeless Impact Commission.
By employing multiple approaches to mitigating homelessness, along with cultivating vital relationships locally and with key regional supporters, the City of Lancaster will effect positive change throughout our valley, while providing relief and measurable progress to the benefit of Lancaster residents and businesses alike.
The Lancaster Homelessness Initiative will engage the community and provide solutions that are specific and unique to Lancaster—proving once again we can overcome the seemingly impossible through unwavering tenacity and progressive, imaginative resourcefulness.
Experiencing homelessness and need help? Visit the LAHSA website for resources.
Individuals and families who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, or have other housing-related needs or the service providers who work with them can call or contact 211 LA 24/7 for assistance finding homeless services.
Measure H has made a difference in the lives of those experiencing homelessness. To read more about these successes in From Homelessness to Housing: Measure H Quarterly Update click here.
Attend the Lancaster Homeless Impact Commission Meeting, every 3rd Thursday of each month at 10:00 a.m.
Learn about the new Kensington Campus facility, and how it will address homelessness in Lancaster. Click Here
Read about the Lancaster Community Homelessness Plan in the June 2018 edition of OUTLOOK. Read Article