How To Apply for Housing at an ACOF Property


Review the ACOF Property Map and ACOF Property List

1. Review the ACOF Property Map for the Locations of ACOF Properties.

2. Review the ACOF Property List for Eligibility Requirements of the property you are interested in. Be aware that most properties have a Wait List.

For Self-Referral Properties:

    2A. For properties that are “Self-Referral” you may apply directly with the property.

    1. Contact the Property Manager or Outreach Coordinator to check if there is a vacancy or to add your name (or your client's name) to the Wait List.

    2. Download and complete the Intake Form (PDF) and secure the documentation listed on this page.

    3. Fax Forms to Property Manager. He/she will contact you and advise you of your eligibility and the status of the Wait List.

    For Agency Referral Properties:

    2B. For properties that are “Agency Referral,” you MUST go through the appropriate agency or process to apply. You may want to contact the Outreach Coordinator at A Community of Friends (323-757-0670 ext 105) to guide you through this process.

    1. Individuals who are homeless or chronically homeless will use the Coordinated Entry System.
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    2. Families who are homeless or chronically homeless must contact the Family Solution Center in the appropriate SPA at LA211.

    3. Transition Age Youth (TAY) who are homeless or will become homeless must go use the TAY Process and submit the proper forms to the Property Manager.



    Fair Housing Statement

    A Community of Friends fully supports the Fair Housing Act (Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968), as amended, which prohibits discrimination in the rental of dwellings, and in other housing-related transactions, based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, familial status (including children under the age of 18 living with parents of legal custodians, pregnant women, and people securing custody of children under the age of 18), and disability. Additionally, A Community of Friends aactively promotes, and is committed to, creating and fostering an environment of diversity and views such a concept as a critical component to the on-going success of its business operations.