The Los Angeles Performance Partnership Pilot (LAP3) Quarterly Meeting, hosted by EWDD
Approximately 120 people attended the recent Los Angeles Performance Partnership Pilot (LAP3) quarterly meeting, hosted by EWDD, which focused on a discussion about services for youth experiencing homelessness in the City and County of Los Angeles.

LAP3 partners, including the Los Angeles Housing Service Authority (LAHSA), delivered a presentation about services and programs available through Youth Coordinated Entry System (YCES) sites. The presentation also provided an overview of the partnerships currently in place for education and workforce services, which included a partnership with EWDD, the LA County Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) and Los Angeles County Department of Probation.

The information provided at this quarterly meeting will enhance opportunities for the 3,000 plus homeless youth in the City and County of LA to have better access to housing or temporary shelters throughout the City and County.

These quarterly meetings are a feature of the LAP3 Program, which promotes handoffs and interagency partnerships to provide youth with various activities and programs for wraparound services. This partnership encourages a platform where providers share and connect youth to necessary resources.

Staff from the City’s 14 YouthSource Centers hold monthly regional LAP3 collaborative meetings to share information presented at the quarterly meetings along with other vital resources within the youth service providers throughout the City and County of LA.

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This story is part of the EWDD UPDATES from the week of June 10, 2019. Read this issue and more.