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Finding housing solutions in the Inland Valley.

HOUSING CLAREMONT
A Regional Chapter of Abundant Housing L.A.

EDUCATE • ADVOCATE • CONNECT

Housing Claremont 5th Anniversary & Inland Abundant Housing Launch Party
Housing Claremont 5th Anniversary & Inland Abundant Housing Launch Party
2 DAYS TO THE EVENT
Join us for a special reception. Enjoy complimentary food and drinks while we launch "Inland Abundant Housing." Don't miss our keynote speaker, the dynamic new executive of AHLA, Azeen Khanmalek at 6:15 PM.
When
May 21, 2024, 5:45 PM – 7:30 PM
Where
Napier Center for Creative Change,
660 Avery Rd, Claremont, CA 91711, USA

Zoom Meeting Info to Share:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84748197241?pwd=cGI0ekVXY0FicDJCdDVibllmSm5rUT09 

Meeting ID: 847 4819 7241 Passcode: 511457 -or by phone 669.900.6833

Our Mission

Building the Movement for Housing for All

Housing & Homelessness Collaborative of Claremont (or Housing Claremont) is a volunteer non-profit organization that serves our city and region by advocating for solutions to our need for more housing, homeless services, and tenant protection. We collaborate with other groups to support high-quality, well-planned housing development and redevelopment for all income levels, prioritizing the critical needs of low and very low-income individuals. We monitor the implementation of the city’s General Plan Housing Elements and compliance with state laws and mandates. We share research and experience about best options for expanding housing and reducing homelessness.

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Introducing Inland Abundant Housing: Building Partnerships for Sustainable Housing Solutions 

Our new initiative in 2024, Inland Abundant Housing, a chapter of Abundant Housing Los Angeles, organizes collaboration regionally across the Pomona Valley, with a main priority on encouraging development of new permanent supportive housing and services on the property of religious entities and non-profit colleges.

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Only 1 new home per 5.55 jobs added in LA County.

  • That’s why rents are so high.

  • To overcome many of our biggest challenges, we need more housing.

HOW WE HELP THE HOUSING CRISIS

EDUCATION & OUTREACH

We cosponsor and promote education and briefing sessions on housing issues, including building ADU’s and building Permanent Supportive Housing and affordable apartments on property of religious congregations.

RESOURCE SHARING

We offer on this site and sites of our partner organizations a library of free resources related to affordable housing, rental assistance, tenant protection, eviction defense, and
zoning.

RESOURCE LIBRARY

POLICIES & LEGISLATION

We Advocate at the Claremont, County-regional, and state levels for policies and legislation that facilitate building housing.

TRAINING & EMPOWERMENT

We promote and collaborate with people organizing for housing in your own neighborhoods. We provide training, tools, and guidance.

PROJECT ADVOCACY

We advocate for projects in our region that bring housing and center equity in their proposals through robust tenant protections and affordable units. We monitor local compliance with state mandates and with local government’s own approved housing plans.

COLLABORATION

We collaborate with, and keep learning about the issues from, YIMBY, Housing California, Abundant Housing LA, National Coalition for Low Income Housing, and any local organizations or governmental bodies that share our concerns. Let’s watch each other’s backs, and build a movement that unites rather than splintering.

Housing Crisis Media Coverage: Insights and Analysis

Recent news about the work of Housing Claremont and Inland Abundant Housing. Local, statewide, and national news about the fight for affordable housing and strategies to alleviate homelessness.

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St. Ambrose to redevelop land for affordable housing

February 15, 2024

Claremont Courier

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Law would streamline housing construction at churches

January 5, 2024

Claremont Courier

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Here’s How Houston Is Fighting Homelessness — and Winning

November 22, 2023

NY Times

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Expediting the Construction of New Housing, Protecting Tenants, and Keeping Housing Affordable

October 13, 2023

Los Angeles Times

Get Involved

JOIN THE MOVEMENT

Subscribe to our newsletter.

ATTEND AN EVENT

Attend upcoming educational events or find opportunities to voice your support for housing for all.

TAKE ACTION

Current opportunities to contact officials, sign petitions, and take other action to push for change.

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