25th Anniversary Film

The Trust has is celebrating its 25 year anniversary. This film features the work we do, some of the residents we serve, and our philosophy. Please take a moment to watch this film and get to know us a little better. Housing First: Homes. Support. Success.

Good Design is For Everyone: The Evolution of Low Income Housing in L.A. (KCET)

Weekly Vote Winner: KCET Artbound’s editorial team has reviewed and rated the most compelling weekly articles. After putting two articles up for a vote, the audience chose this article to be made into a short-format documentary.

25th Anniversary Short

A short version of our 25th Anniversary film. Thank you to everyone who has made our past 25 years possible. Permanent Supportive housing is a solution to homelessness!

Myths and Facts of Homelessness

In a film by LMU students, Skid Row Housing Trust residents dispel some of the myths about homelessness and homeless people.


Working My Way Back – Paul Mitchel

Paul Mitchel, former resident of the Olympia Apartments, talks about being homeless and shows where he used to live.

Finally, I have arrived – Karen Burton

Karen Burton, former resident of our Abbey Apartments tells her story of overcoming drug addiction and homelessness.

That’s the building I want to move in – Tony Osborne

Tony Osborne, resident of the St. George Hotel Apartments and one of our ambassadors, tells his story of loss, addiction and recovery

A Star Apartment Being Hoisted In Place 1 10 13

5 Minutes! Thats how long it takes to stack a new apartment in place at the Star Apartments. This is a very cool video of one of the Star Apartments – being hoisted into place! It has only been 36 days since the first apartment was lifted up to its final home. Of the 102 new apartments, only a handful are left to be stacked! The hand held video is less than 5 minutes long. Enjoy and please share!

New Resident Boot Camp

Created by residents and for residents, the Trust’s New Resident Boot Camp is designed to give new residents an introduction to living in a Skid Row Housing Trust building. This is a candid – unscripted look at life from the only perspective that counts – our residents.

Community Suppers & Volunteering

Produced and directed by Akili Shine for Propaganda Champs