The Safe Haven Program provides daytime shelter and basic needs services to youth living on the streets. These emergency necessities alleviate the demands of survival that often distract youth from engaging in educational or health-related activities that ultimately lead to stability
Friends Helping Friends believes strongly in fostering an environment that enables veterans as well as their families to overcome disabilities, mental health issues and other hardships. We have established a referral service with the Los Angeles Veterans Administration Hospital and other veteran focused non – profit organizations to help decrease the likelihood of a veteran’s needs being unmet. Those who have answered the nation’s call to arms are deserving of our community’s support. Read more >
Good Shepherd Center offers the core programs of shelter, food, case management and employment services, all of which are designed to help guide homeless women toward lives of independence. Programs provide a continuum of services which help women every step of the way as they move from homelessness to self-sufficiency.
Gwen Bolden Manor is located in Los Angeles, California and is owned by Concerned Citizens of South Central Los Angeles. This Low Income Housing (LIH) project has been in service since 1999 and has a total of 23 low income units, which is slightly less than other LIH properties.
Higher Goals, Inc. was incorporated in 1992 to bring hope and help to those suffering and homeless in Los Angeles neighborhoods. Originally a service arm of the Prayer Time Mission founded in 1971 by Dorothy and John Thompson, the ministry was a response to a growing community need for assistance with housing.
His Sheltering Arms, Inc. (HSA) is committed towards developing and/or enhancing needed treatment and vocational skills for women and women with children, homeless/disabled senior women and senior veteran women ages 55 and up. It is our vision to provide women with quality treatment, the tools to embrace long-lasting sobriety and quality care.
The Access Center provides services to 3,600 unduplicated homeless clients each year, working to move clients from having no regular nighttime residence to residing in a stable facility, with ID, immediate needs and benefits assistance in place. Homeless Access Center and Shelter Plus Care programs assist homeless individuals and their families by providing supportive and educational services, case management, family counseling, drug counseling, medical and mental health services, and temporary shelter, transitional housing, and long-term Section 8 housing.