Life in recovery is possible through the many TAY services provided under the umbrella of Daniel’s Place: permanent supportive housing; supported vocational training and employment; mental health therapy; and member-driven supportive services.
To inspire change in a young person’s life, we at Safe Place for Youth engage, build trust, and provide care and support to youth experiencing homelessness, so that the youth, not their situations, define their lives. Our robust continuum of care addresses the unique needs of this population through assertive street outreach, low barrier drop-in services, health and wellness programming, case management, and education and employment services.
Jenesse’s mission is to provide victims of domestic violence and their children with a comprehensive centralized base of support that is culturally responsive, and ensures their transition from immediate crisis to stability and self-sufficiency. Jenesse provides the following services: shelter, domestic violence crisis hotline, case management, vocational education program, mental health program, legal services, children and adolescent's enrichment Program, health, transportation, and educational programs.
The Hathaway-Sycamores model for supported independent living utilizes a “scattered site” approach. Each youth and a roommate share a two-bedroom apartment with rent subsidized on a graduated schedule over a two-year period. Other financial assistance includes bus passes and food vouchers. A support team, comprised of a youth advocate (former foster youth), case manager, emancipation clinician, youth advocate manager and program manager, works collaboratively with youth to identify personal goals and develop a strategic plan to achieve those goals.
The Lancaster Community Shelter or as we know it Grace Shelter Services is the only full-service homeless shelter in the Antelope Valley that serves single men, single women and families. We provide a safe place to sleep, two hot meals, case management, supportive services and transportation to and from several social serviice agencies near the shelter. Clients take showers daily, have opportunities to do laundry and have secure lockers to store their possessions. The shelter also provides job training and educational opportunities.
Gardena Valley Assembly of God provides food distribution services and transportation services to members of the community. The Bread Shed Volunteers ministry provides supplemental food for those in need on a weekly basis at the church immediately following Sunday services. Transportation services provide people in our local community the opportunity to attend church and special events.
Our offices are located in the St. Martin de Porres Center at the rear of St. John Vianney Catholic Church in Hacienda Hts. Five days a week from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The EAC Staff sees to the emergency needs of the homeless and those at risk. This could be a hot slice of pizza, a sack lunch, showers, hygiene kits, bus tokens, gas vouchers, motel vouchers for families and counseling and advocacy for those who need help. The clients often use the EAC office address to receive their mail.
Our commitment is to meet the highest standards in teaching the best driving knowledge and skills to each and every driver that chooses Click2Drive for their driver education and training requirements. Click2Drive offers online driver education and In-Car driver training with programs valid throughout the state of California. Our curriculum emphasizes on the most advanced and safest driving techniques. For in-car driver’s training, we provide our services in the San Fernando Valley and Ventura. We specialize in driving lessons for teens with or without permits, as well as adults.