Los Angeles homeless assistance program

There are 183 homelessness prevention organizations in the greater Los Angeles metro area, including the cities of Los Angeles, Anaheim, Arcadia, Burbank, Carson, Costa Mesa, Fountain Valley, Gardena, Glendale, Irvine, Long Beach, Newport Beach, Orange, Pasadena, Santa Ana, Santa Monica, Torrance, and Tustin. Combined, these Los Angeles metro homeless assistance program employ 3,732 people, earn more than $350 million in revenue each year, and have assets of $605 million.

Job trends for Los Angeles homeless assistance program

Employees per organizationNumber of organizations
0
 
13
1-10
 
14
11-25
 
6
26-100
 
7
101 to 1,000
 
12
1,000+
 
0
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Sizes of homeless assistance program in Los Angeles

Revenues per organizationNumber of organizations
< $250k
 
25
$250k to $1M
 
13
$1M to $5M
 
10
$5M to $25M
 
12
$25M to $100M
 
3
$100M+
 
0
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Directory of homeless assistance program in Los Angeles


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Methodology: Cause IQ mines all tax-exempt organizations that file a Form 990 or 990PF with the IRS. We exclude Form 990EZ and Postcard filers, which are high in number but very small in size. We collect and aggregate this information from OCR'd paper taxreturns, XML e-file taxreturns, IRS-provided extract, the Business Master File, and Cause IQ secret sauce for data cleaning, categorization, classification, analytics, etc.
This category corresponds to the "P85: Homeless Persons Centers and Services" National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities (NTEE) code. Cause IQ determines NTEEs for organizations by its own internally-developed secret-sauce algorithms.