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The Restoration Reentry Residence (RRR) program is a beacon of hope for those facing the challenges of reintegration into society after incarceration, battling substance use disorder, coping with mental health issues, or overcoming homelessness. Through our comprehensive suite of services, including transitional housing, mental health support, employment training, and legal assistance, we empower individuals to achieve stable, independent lives. Our collaboration with the Office of Diversion and Reentry ensures we reach those in dire need, providing not just a place to stay, but a pathway to a brighter future.

75,518
people experiencing homelessness

The 2023 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count shows that an estimated 75,518 people experiencing homelessness on any given night in Los Angeles County, which is a 9% increase from 2022.

The majority of CCM’s clients are extremely low-income and challenged with chronic unemployment or underemployment. In addition, most clients have been disconnected or isolated from their family support systems (including extended family and children) and need family reunification support. These target populations will benefit from CCM’s work by accessing a network of support that can assist with key social indicators of health: housing, unemployment, benefits, physical wellbeing, and mental health support.

Systemic racism
continues to impact homelessness

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Hispanic/Latino

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Black/African American

%

White (Non-Hispanic/Latino)

%

Mixed, Multiple, or Other races

While the justice-impacted community is CCM’s priority population, this community is extremely diverse and includes many other priority groups including BIPOC individuals (who compose most of the South Los Angeles reentry population), low-income individuals, the LGBTQ+ community, and individuals who are challenged with homelessness, substance use disorder, chronic unemployment, sex trafficking or sexual abuse, and other social indicators of health.

“The homeless count results tell us what we already know — that we have a crisis on our streets, and it’s getting worse.”

Dr. Va Lecia Adams Kellum

CEO, Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority

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Contact

(310) 644-4902

Main Office

732 N. La Brea Avenue, Inglewood, CA 90302

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 4153, Inglewood, CA 90309

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