Through our Villa Paloma Transitional Shelter, Rainbow Services provides transitional housing for longer-term safety and assistance for women and children after they exit a domestic violence emergency shelter. As women work to secure economic resources and permanent housing, Rainbow offers up to 12 months of supportive housing, counseling, case management, health and wellness services, and children’s enrichment.
Women and children escaping from domestic violence can be housed at our Rainbow House Emergency Shelter. Clients come to Rainbow with little more than the clothes on their backs and we help them start a new life.Here they receive meals, clothing, health exams, counseling (individual and group), case management, legal advocacy, and court accompaniment.
Options for Recovery provides and coordinates comprehensive, centralized services such as: intensive day treatment recovery services, medical for women and their children, childcare, parent education, counseling services, and access to social service programs through case management.
Children’s Center offers care and education for ages 6 weeks through 17 years at on the second floor of the Family Resource Center. The Children’s Center offers two programs: The Caulder Center is our infant, toddler and preschool program, and the HIS Kids Club is our program for school-age youth. Read more:http://www.harborinterfaith.org/services/find-childcare/
Connections For Children is the go-to child care expert in the Westside and South Bay areas of Los Angeles County. We offer child care referrals, financial assistance for child care, and professional development for those who work with children. Connections For Children is an advocate, raising awareness of the importance of quality child care and education to help ensure all our children reach their fullest potential.
The Children’s Collective Inc. provides a developmentally appropriate program which promotes school readiness, encourages a positive sense of self and other worth, meets children’s nutritional needs, addresses family health and social service needs and engages parents, schools and communities in its implementation. The program includes: Full and part day age-appropriate services for 1200 children, birth – age 5; Free, nutritious meals for all children; Psychosocial Assessments for children with challenging behavior; and Basic Skills Tutorials for underperforming elementary students.
The Children’s Collective Inc.’s youth programs assist youth and teens during the critical transition between childhood and adulthood. Services include: After School Program; Summer Youth Camp; Sports and Recreation; Basic Skills Tutorial; Nutrition Education and Obesity Training; Workforce and Financial Literacy Training; Teen Pregnancy Prevention; and Adovcacy for Youth Offenders.