After Mental Health Awareness Month – Now What?

As Mental Health Month draws to a close, Step Up pledges to continue, as an innovator and thought leader, to educate and advocate through the public sharing of powerful personal stories from the field, and to increase awareness and share best practices in the area of...

Ending Youth Homelessness By 2020!

A Senate hearing and a White House briefing recently took place in Washington DC focusing on the Administration’s goal of ending youth homelessness by 2020. The importance of better counting methodology regarding Transitional Aged Youth (TAY) was a recurring theme...

From Victim to Survivor to Victor!

Hope and recovery are the outcomes of Step Up’s 3 core strategies! Permanent Supportive Housing: In alignment with Opening Doors, the Federal Strategic Plan to prevent and end homelessness, and the Housing First model, Step Up improves access to and use of supportive...

Now It’s Our Turn to Serve Our Veterans

Step Up is partnering with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to eliminate Veteran homelessness in Los Angeles County by 2016 and is committed to housing 100 Veterans by the end of September. Since 2014, Step Up’s 6-person Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing...

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