3% of $50,000 goal
There has never been a more lucrative time for public funding intended to get people off the streets, yet the number of unhoused individuals rose in Long Beach by a startling 62% in the last two years.
Why has it been so hard to get people into permanent housing?
Our reporters dig deep to find the answer to this critical question and more in the Post’s new investigative series, Locked Out: Homelessness in Long Beach, live now at lbpost.com/investigations.
Producing this type of deep dive, multi-part journalism isn’t free––projects like this require additional hours and resources. If you have the means, please consider supporting this ongoing series with a one-time tax-deductible donation to the Locked Out: Homelessness in Long Beach project. Contributions to this fund will help support our local news team's continued investigation into Long Beach's growing homelessness crisis and the successes or shortcomings of services for the unhoused members of our community.
Thank you for supporting this crucial work.
The Locked Out: Homelessness in Long Beach project will examine the growing homelessness crisis and the successes or shortcomings of services for the unhoused members of our community. Donations to Local Media Foundation for this project are tax-deductible to the extent of the law. No goods or services are provided in exchange for contributions. Please consult a tax advisor for details. The program is administered by Local Media Foundation, tax ID #36‐4427750, a Section 501(c)(3) charitable trust affiliated with Local Media Association.