C.H.A.I.N. Reaction, Inc. provides a variety of comprehensive, quality service delivery programs to promote the health and well-being of foster care youth, adolescents and communities including Health and Wellness, Transitional Housing, and a Peer Advocate Program.
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
Children of the Night is a privately funded non-profit organization that provides services including on-site school and college placement program, life-skills education, and ongoing case management. Children of the Night With Out Walls” (WOW) offers access to an education by providing free online GED assessments, GED tutoring, funding for the GED Test, support documents for registration to test for the GED and transportation to the GED testing sites throughout the United States.
COA provides a warm meal every day to anyone who comes to our doorstep – homeless and near-homeless people, low-income families, and single moms – anyone. In 2015 COA provided 132,000 meals, with the demands increasing on a daily basis. COA provides groceries twice a week to many families. Clothing, diapers, and furniture are also available weekly. We are proud to announce local partnerships that have allowed us to offer a twice weekly medical clinic to the downtown Long Beach community, a computer lab for skills training and job searches, and coming soon, a legal clinic.
The Winter Shelter opens on December 1st and operates continuously until March 1st. The Coalition contacts and arranges for the different church sites for a two-week stay and transports the clients to each site. It coordinates the thousands of volunteers who provide food, clothing, hygiene kits, soap, and towels for the showers and other supplies.
CLARE Foundation is a nonprofit organization and trusted community resource, providing effective and affordable alcoholism, substance abuse and behavioral health treatment and prevention services for nearly 50 years. Experienced, compassionate and specially trained staff help women and men find an end to the pain and suffering that is at the heart of addiction and discover hope in recovery.
CHAP is a grassroots, all-volunteer group that seeks to end homelessness in Claremont by advocating for and suppoting homeless adult individuals within the community. CHAP provides a variety of services to the 50-plus homeless adults who reside in Claremont, as well as those at risk of becoming homeless, but its primary goal is to secure sutainable housing for these individuals. The first step in accomplishing this goal is to match up all of the individuals ("participants") seeking aid from CHAP with two volunteer mentors ("advocates").
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.
CAST’s shelter provides physically and psychologically safe housing for trafficking survivors. Through a host of supportive programs and services, it is designed to help clients establish independence and self-sufficiency, to build community and to expand their own supportive networks.The shelter serves up to 10 women (18 and older) and offers 12+ months of transitional housing, case management, a financial savings program, social and cultural activities, group therapy, supportive counseling and more.