One Human Community
Sep 282013
 

No matter how bad your situation or how modest your home, the place you live in and call home is the center of your world. For those of you who reside in rented apartments; who are unable to pay rent and may be facing eviction, there is hope!

Provided you earn some income – that’s a condition! – you might be eligible for help!

People Assisting The Homeless (PATH), a non-profit organization, assists people facing an eviction. You might qualify for rental assistance and maybe even a grant from the Rapid Re-housing Assistance Program. They might help you stay in your apartment or get you a new one! You may be eligible to get help with your delinquent utility bills, too. Visit PATH’s Website or call (323) 644-2200.

Human

I’m Avo Keshishyan, the guy who survived the shift into the “new economy” and in the process discovered – and attempted to meet to the best of his ability! - the needs of his neighborhood. That’s how One Human Community came about. My personal “state of emergency” is over, but the community still needs help.

  2 Responses to “Can’t Pay Rent in Los Angeles”

  1. the people who run my apartment building are racist
    and they keep moveing there own family in and putting us out one by one
    i need another place to live,but really i fell the manager and the people at the rental office should go
    please help

  2. Hello Steven,
    If you feel treated unfairly by your landlord, by all means you SHOULD take action! You should address your complaints to Los Angeles Housing + Community (Fair Housing Division). Here is more info:
    Telephone: Toll-free Hotline: 1-800-477-5977
    Internet: http://www.hrc-la.org
    Walk-in locations:

    Southern California Housing Rights Center – Los Angeles Office
    520 S. Virgil Avenue #400
    Los Angeles 90020

    Southern California Housing Rights Center – Westside Area
    1645 Corinth Ave., Room 104
    Los Angeles 90025
    (The 2nd Tuesday of each month, from 10 to 12 p.m.)

    Fair Housing Foundation – South Los Angeles Office
    4401 Crenshaw Boulevard #317
    Los Angeles 90043
    Phone (323) 295-3302

    Fair Housing Council of San Fernando Valley
    8134 Van Nuys Boulevard
    Panorama City 91402
    Phone (818) 373-1185

    Fight for your rights! Good luck,
    One Human Community