South Bay Family Health Care provides a range of primary and preventive care services for the entire family, delivered in a warm, patient-friendly atmosphere. We see ourselves as partners in your care, helping you to stay as healthy as possible. Services include: Women's Health, Pediatric Care, Dental Care, Integrated Behavioral Health, Prenatal Care, Pregnancy Testing, Family Planning, and a Teen Walk-In Clinic.
Via Care is a non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center formed to provide exceptional care to patients in our service area throughout their lives. As a community-based organization, Via Care fulfills its mission by delivering quality health care services throughout the entire life cycle, in a manner that is respectful and conscious of the cultural and linguistic needs of our patients and their families. Headquartered in East Los Angeles, Via Care operates six sites: four primary-care clinics; a dental clinic; and a school-based wellness center at Garfield High School.
Olive Crest provides Mental health, Residential, Education and Wraparound services. Mental health staff are integrated into Olive Crest programs our goal is to provide high-quality and effective care that will lead children, youth, and families to healing, wholeness, and stronger relationships with one another. Our Residential program allows teens to live in a caring environment appropriate for their age, gender, and background. Youth are empowered to choose a positive lifestyle through services that are individual, unique, and implemented with dignity.
Services include: Vocational Support; Education Support; Art and Fitness Classes; Life-skills Training; Counseling Services; Peer and Support Groups; Anger Management Groups; LGBTQ Support Housing Referral; Substance Abuse Recovery Referral; and Supportive Services for Homeless Youth.
To be the leading provider of vital on-site health, education and employment services to low-income families, children and seniors. Our goal is to give low income families the tools needed to break the cycle of poverty, become healthier, further educated and financially stable.
Harvest Home is a residential program that serves homeless pregnant women and their babies. All women enter the program while they are pregnant, and stay on average between 3 and 6 months after the birth of their child. Harvest Home offers a nurturing, structured program aimed at helping each woman make changes in her life in order to attain independence and stability. They also provide: financial independence, emotional and mental health services, and health classes.