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Facilitate partnerships, educate the community and member agencies, and advocate for appropriate housing and services.

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Monthly Consortium Meeting

Agencies, service providers, residents and advocates convene monthly on every second Wednesday, 9:00AM - 11:30AM


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Call to Action

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Dear Consortium members, As you know, we have launced our new website with many new and exciting... Read more

Please join us for December's Consortium Meeting on Wednesday, December 12th, 2018

The next SGV Consortium on Homelessness meeting is on Wednesday, December 12th from 9AM - 11:30AM ... Read more

Please Take our brief Survey! We need your help!

ATTENTION:  We need YOUR help! PLEASE take 5 minutes to fill out our brief survey. The purpose of... Read more

Compassion in Action Needs your help!

HELP!!!   The Director of Compassion In Action, Barbara Case, will be retiring soon. ... Read more

2019-20 Measure H Funding Recommendations - Community Listening Sessions

The Los Angeles County Homeless Initiative is a collaborative and inclusive movement to prevent and... Read more


CPI Trainings at LACOE

  Check out these no-cost trainings in Grant Writing and Ethics in Substance Use Disorder (... Read more

LAHSA Winter Shelters starting December 1st

  Winter Shelter Program Starts December 1   

Neighborhood Justice: Free Legal Clinic

The last free legal clinic of the year is taking place on Friday, December 7th from 10:00AM - 12:... Read more

The 3rd Annual Piecing it together Symposium

Save the date for the 3rd Annual Piecing It Together Symposium on May 23, 2019.

East San Gabriel Valley Coalition for the Homeless Winter Shelters

Click here for a list of 2018-2019 winter shelter dates.   

free naturalization legal workshop

Check out this opportunity for a free naturalization legal workshop on Tuesday, December 4th.  

What's Sex Got to Do with it? Healthy Sexual Development for Foster Care Youth

Sexual & reproductive health intersects in very complex ways across the life of young people in... Read more

FREE risk management seminar

Save the date for this free risk management seminar taking place on January 23, 2019. 

Tzu Chi USA’s 2019 TIMA Global Forum

Tzu Chi USA’s 2019 TIMA Global Forum, an annual event where our medical volunteers gather to... Read more

2019 African American Mental Health Conference

Save the date for the 2019 African American Mental Health Conference on February 29th, 2018.... Read more

Homeless Resources Fair and Mobile Shower

Every Thursday from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, there is a homeless resources fair and mobile shower at... Read more


Suburban Water Systems Volunteer Program

Suburban Water Systems has rolled out a new Volunteer Program for employees.

Essential Vehicle Protection is NOW hiring 10 Customer Service Representatives

Please spread the word about this employment opportunity.  Contact information on the flier... Read more

Transitional Subsidized Employment Opportunity

Check out the information below if you or somehow you know may be interested in TSE employment... Read more

LAHSA 2018 Q&A to Safe Parking (RFI)

2018 Safe Parking  (RFI)    Questions and Answers    RELEASED... Read more

We support a “housing first” approach for those experiencing homelessness, meaning those requiring shelter should be provided permanent housing as quickly as possible.

Hilda Solis Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.

"We must act now."
Supervisor Barger is leading the effort to amend state laws which have impeded efforts to provide effective treatment for the county’s most vulnerable populations, including those who are homeless and have mental illnesses.

Kathryn Barger Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.

Our History

In 1995, Thomas P.McGuiness and Leland Kaiser planned for and held the first meetings of what was then called the East San Gabriel Valley Task Force on Homelessness. This involved working to validate the homelessness situation within the San Gabriel Valley and to identify the existing resources and gaps in resources. Tom and Joe gathered together key service providers for the first monthly meetings of the Consortium at the end of 1995.

For the next ten years the Consortium, operating on a volunteer basis, continued to grow its network of organizations working with the Homeless in the San Gabriel Valley...

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About (Video)

Spectrum News: In Focus

What is SGV Consortium on Homelessness? Interim Executive Director, Richard Xavier Corral talks about SGVC's mission to educate, facilitate partnerships and advocate for appropriate housing and homeless solutions.

Posted by San Gabriel Valley Consortium on Homelessness on Thursday, March 8, 2018
Effective Planning

LA County Homeless InitiativeLearn about new developments, initiatives and progress.

The interactive tools on this page are meant to help you better understand the needs of our homeless neighbors and the impacts of our efforts to help them.

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Government Links

Click here for a list of local, state, and federal agencies and service agencies that can be a resource.

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CES Card 

Print your CES cards and distribute to individuals and agencies who may find them helpful.

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Quarterly Digest

This quarterly digest provides an easy to read, one page overview of the Consortium's most recent work.

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SPA 3 Homeless Data and Services Map

Need to identify a resource for an individual experiencing homelessness? Whether its shelter, food, mental health or legal resources, you can find it with this tool. You can even narrow your search down by city and the language you need to be spoken. 

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