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Tonight, tune in to your local public television station for the national debut of Voices. The stories of Sharon, Thomas, and Aaron illuminate the challenges, realities, and often complex ...

May is Mental Health Month!

In honor of Mental Health Month, the award-winning feature documentary Voices will make its national debut on public television. Voices features the stark and intimate portraits of three very ...

Feel the LOVE

We're feeling the LOVE! THANK YOU to our Donors from the bottom of our hearts! You are an agent of change, impacting the lives of our most vulnerable neighbors throughout Los Angeles. We're ...

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 ...

How We Can Abolish Homelessness

Inspired by prominent American abolitionists, including William Lloyd Garrison, who worked for the emancipation of slaves, Philip Mangano is a man on a mission to end homelessness. From 2002- ...

Where Hope Lives

During his tenure as Los Angeles County Supervisor, Zev Yaroslavsky made ending chronic homelessness a top priority. Watch as Zev has the pleasure of meeting a resident at Step Up on Fifth who ...

It’s YOUR Day!

Philanthropy is “the love of humankind”. Today thousands of people come together to put philanthropy into action with the theme: “Change the World with a Giving Heart“. The goal of National ...

Great News for Veterans on Veterans Day!

Step Up, through a multi-year award from the US Department of Veterans Affairs, is providing permanent supportive housing for over 100 veterans experiencing homelessness and mental health ...

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