In the News

Here are some places where Alexandria House has appeared in the media.

Please contact michele@alexandriahouse.org for media inquiries.


Justin Bieber

The singer Justin Bieber visited Alexandria House along with rapper Quavo to film the music video for their song Intentions. As part of his visit, Justin Bieber created the INTENTIONS Fund to support the families at Alexandria House. You can join his cause and donate to the INTENTIONS Fund here. You can also create your own INTENTIONS Fund by clicking this link and challenge your friends to help, too!

Watch the music video for Intentions by Justin Bieber ft. Quavo here.

Click here to read the LA Times and Rolling Stones articles about the Intentions video and Alexandria House.

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Keanakay Scott, a member of the Alexandria House community, wrote an open letter to people who are against homeless shelters in their neighborhoods. When she aged out of the foster care system, Keanakay found herself with no one to rely on and no life skills; thus she became chronically homeless for the next 10 years.

Read her open letter here. Keanakay has also been featured on Fox News and Spectrum 1 News. Keanakay also recently published a memoir chronicling her experience in the foster care system. Buy a copy here!

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Democratic National Convention

Our very own past resident Ima Matul spoke about her journey as a victim of human trafficking at the 2016 Democratic Convention. We are so proud of her courage and accomplishments, including the appointment by Former President Barack Obama as a member of the United States Advisory Council on Human Trafficking. Please join us in sharing her much-deserved moment in the spotlight by watching this CNN video.








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Watch a snippet of Alexandria House featured on “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” on E! 


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LA Times

The following Los Angeles Times article explains the dire issue of homelessness and why organizations such as Alexandria House are crucial in addressing this crisis.

L.A. County Homelessness Soars