Los Angeles County

Los Angeles County, California, has a population of approximately 10,105,722 people, and an official poverty rate of 17%. An estimated 25% cannot meet their basic needs here in the most populous county in the United States.

The Los Angeles Department of Health Services (LA DHS) brought One Degree to the county in 2017 as part of its Whole Person Care program. The program is a five-year initiative that brings together health and social service providers across the county to build a more community-centered system of care. The One Degree platform makes it easier to coordinate care for low-income and at-risk Angelenos.

As a full-service chapter, the One Degree team worked closely with LA DHS to build a comprehensive database of 8000+ resources, which is also available for free to any community organization, government agency, or nonprofit in LA County. Practitioners across the county also have access to One Degree’s robust features for professionals, which enable them to make, manage, and keep track of social service referrals for their patients and clients. Learn more about full-service chapter packages.

Quick Facts




~8,000 resources


Emma Craig Community Manager, One Degree




Los Angeles County, CA