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Step Up | 2014 Annual Report On Progress
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2014 Annual Report on Progress


                       
Because of you…

2014 Accomplishments

  • Implementation of five new programs during the fiscal year that significantly expand the reach and capabilities of Step Up and Daniel’s Places:
    • Home Again – targeting 40 individuals most chronically homeless and experiencing mental health issues in Hollywood for permanent supportive housing.
    • TAY Project 40 – targeting 40 Transitional Aged Youth in Hollywood experiencing homelessness and mental health issues for housing.
    • Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing – targeting 100 veterans most chronically homeless and experiencing mental health issues for permanent supportive housing
    • Beverly Corridor Outreach – targeting individuals most chronically homeless and experiencing mental health issues in the Beverly Corridor
    • Anti-Recidivism Coalition – a new partnership and innovative program to provide housing and support for 24 vulnerable Transitional Aged Youth at risk of incarceration.
  • Construction of The Kaufmann Apartments at Step Up on Colorado, a $14M capital project and 34 units of permanent supportive housing in Santa Monica, slated for completion Spring 2015.
  • Completion and Opening of Phase II of Michael’s Village, a 24 unit permanent supportive housing project in Hollywood – ending a cumulative 175 years of homelessness for the 23 tenants.
  • Dedication of the Zev Yaroslavsky Building at Step Up on Fifth in Santa Monica.
  • May 2014 Washington DC advocacy trip – Establishing a successful first venture for Step Up and Daniel’s Place on national and federal issues.  Meetings with 18 Congressional offices, including nine meetings with Congressional members.
  • Dedication of the Flora Gil-Krisiloff Building at Michael’s Village in Hollywood.
  • Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky tours and meets with tenants at Step Up on Fifth as part of “Zev’s L.A.” video.
  • 40 formerly homeless veterans receive supportive services and a permanent home.
  • Success Story about Step Up featured on the front page of Supervisor Yaroslavsky’s website.
  • 95 participants placed in permanent supportive housing.
  • 20 Vocational participants placed in unsubsidized employment, 68 members in supportive employment.
  • Daniel’s Place in Santa Monica renovation.
  • Daniel’s Place awarded Department of Mental Health funding to expand hours of operation.
  • Step Up awarded Department of Mental Health PATH contract to provide street outreach and assistance for transition from homelessness to supportive housing.
  • Step Up participates in Next Practices Colloquy at USC hosted by The American Roundtable to Abolish Homelessness, with Step Up resident and board member Les Jones delivering the opening speech.
  • Step Up visits with Indiana officials to train them on Housing First and why it works.
  • Step Up awarded $420K through Councilman O’Farrell’s office to launch Hollywood vocational enterprise, Step Up on Vine Café.

 

 

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