Also known as the Pantry Program, provides food to low-income families, individuals and seniors in the Gardena area. We accept food donations from individuals and organizations. Eligibility is not required to access this program. The Center accepts referrals from social workers, health care providers and 211. Please call the center to schedule food appointment or donations, walk-in daily Monday thru Friday 8:00am. – 4:00pm.
The Coordinated Entry System for Youth (Youth CES) is a regionally coordinated, client centered system that streamlines access to developmentally appropriate housing and support services for youth and young adults, ages 16-24, experiencing homelessness and housing instability in Los Angeles County. https://www.lahsa.org/ces/youth/about
Rent free, mental health services, case management, linkage, laundry, basic living skills, employment, and education services, social and recreational activities. Housing located in San Gabriel and Alhambra.
The comfortable Community Living House is centrally located with easy access to public transportation, provides one meal a day, and a supportive group of peers & colleagues. Contact on-site Manager for more information.
Baldwin Park Bilingual SDA provides food distribution services on Wednesdays to members of the community.
In partnership with EITC and VITA, we offer free tax preparation services to individuals or families that reside in the City of Los Angeles earning less than $50,000 annually.
Chapel Services every evening at 7:00pm for men, women and children. (Doors open at 6:45pm). Evening meal for all who attend Chapel. Bed guests will get breakfast.7 night temporary shelter for homeless men (Bed assignments at 4:00 P.M.daily). Showers and clean clothes for men with beds.Showers and clean clothes for homeless men every Monday and Thursday at 8:00 A.M. Bibles/New Testaments for anyone.Reading room open Monday through Friday at 3:00pm and Saturday, Sunday and Holidays at 4:00pm. Mail service. Mail can be picked up anytime between 9am to 6:30pm.
Bell Shelter operates a comprehensive program that offers transitional care for up to 350 homeless men and women. The goal of Bell Shelter is to meet the needs of the homeless population by addressing the myriad of reasons why people become homeless and assisting them in developing a higher quality of life through independence.
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.
The Department provides the following benefits and services to low-income residents of Los Angeles County: temporary financial assistance and employment services for families and individuals; free and low-cost health care insurance for families with children, pregnant women and aged/blind/disabled adults; food benefits for families and individuals; in-home services for elderly and disabled individuals; and financial assistance and advocacy for federal disability benefits for disabled individuals.