COVID-19 Update

Posted on March 19, 2020 at 3:51 pm
As we continue to monitor the latest updates and guidance from the LA County Department of Public Health, the California State Government and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding COVID-19, we are making some changes to ensure the top safety of our clients, team and community.

Here are the changes that our clients can currently expect from AHH.

    Our Long Beach and West Hollywood offices are not currently open to the public or accepting walk-ins until further notice.
    Our Housing Support Services team is still here to assist you via phone and electronic communication during regular business hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm


    • Eagle Rock / LA Office Phone:  (323) 344-4888
    • West Hollywood Office Phone: 323-656-1107
    • Long Beach Office Phone: 562-294-5500


Complete this questionnaire to have someone from our team reach out to you to address your present needs:

    In an effort to protect our team, clients, and the community, our normal operations have been modified as recommended by the CDC. Effective Monday, March 16, 2020 until further notice, our Permanent Supportive Housing team will be providing services remotely. These services include:

    • Case management
    • Community referrals
    • Assessment of service needs
    • Life skills training
    • Housing related services
Supportive Service Coordinators will also work with clients remotely to complete any documents needed to maintain programmatic requirements. This may include the following:
  • Quarterly Paperwork (e.g., budgets, individual service plans, service participation log, etc.)
  • Annual Assessments
  • Income Update Forms
  • Diagnosis Forms


COVID-19 (coronavirus) is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person.

On March 15, the CDC said individuals and organizations should reschedule events with 50 or more people for the next eight weeks. Both Governor Gavin Newsom and Mayor Eric Garcetti have released statements and new recommendations or requirements. Governor Newsom called for home isolation for all people 65 and older and those with chronic health conditions. Mayor Garcetti announced an emergency action to close bars, nightclubs, restaurants (with the exception of takeout and delivery), entertainment venues, and gyms and fitness centers. Mayor Garcetti’s emergency action took effect at midnight on Monday, March 16.

For the latest information, please visit the CDC website or Los Angeles Department of Public Health website or contact your health care provider.