Ending homelessness is a collaborative endeavor.


Providing the support residents need to improve their health, build stability, and overcome the barriers that contributed to their life on the streets is integral to ending homelessness. Skid Row Housing Trust works with a diverse group of service providers to offer our residents access to support, addressing the myriad causes of homelessness.

Behavioral Health Services


Common Ground Community

Corporation for Supportive Housing

Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health Center

Exodus Recovery

Homeless Healthcare Los Angeles

Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles

JWCH Institute, Inc.

L.A. Kitchen

LAMP Community

Los Angeles County Department of Health Services

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health

Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services

Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority

Piece by Piece

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs of Greater Los Angeles


An individual’s physical environment forms the basis for their social interactions, affecting how they perceive themselves and interact with others. We work with architects to design buildings that promote equality, and facilitate the supportive community necessary for wellness.

Barron Fitzgerald Architects

Brooks + Scarpa


Dvoretzky Bardovi Bunnell

Kaplan Chen Kaplan

Killefer Flammang Architects

Kivotos Montenegro Partner, Inc.

Koning Eizenberg Architecture

Abode Communities – Architecture

Michael Maltzan Architecture

Perkins+Will Architecture

Richard Barron Architects


Skid Row Housing Trust maintains a diverse stream of funding in order finance the development of its permanent supportive housing properties and to flexibly respond to the needs of its residents. The Trust receives public funding from local, state and federal sources, including the California Tax Credit Allocation Committee, Enterprise Community Partners, the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles, LISC Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services, and the Los Angeles Housing and Community Investment Department. Private funding sources include Bank of America, California Community Foundation, Citi Foundation, the Carl & Roberta Deutsch Foundation, the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, Green Foundation, The Kresge Foundation, National Equity Fund, Inc., The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation, Surdna Foundation, and Wells Fargo.