MHAS conducts community training sessions to teach parents and caregivers how to obtain special education services for their children. For families needing additional assistance, MHAS provides individual advocacy including negotiation with school districts and other agencies and representation in Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings, mediations and administrative hearings
Alternative Education and Work Center (AEWC) is a dropout recovery program administered by the Division of Adult and Career Education (DACE) of LAUSD. AEWC students are 16-18 year old teens who have dropped out of school. AEWC provides these students with educational opportunities leading to a high school diploma or equivalency and career technical education training programs.
California Adult Schools make it convenient and affordable for all students to reach their educational, training, career and personal goals. As part of the state’s public school districts, our schools develop skilled workers, strong families and successful communities by offering opportunities to learn at every stage of life. Core programs include: basic reading & math skills, job training, high school diploma, GED, ESL, U.S. citizenship, parenting, classes for older adults, classes for disabled adults.
The Children Youth and Family Collaborative (CYFC) is a nationally recognized organization serving over 2,500 foster youth and youth on probation at fifty sites in Los Angeles, Compton, Pomona, Hacienda La Puente, Lynwood, the Antelope Valley, Long Beach and Montebello Unified School Districts. CYFC has designed an Academic, Remediation, Intervention, and Support Services Education Model for Foster Youth (A.R.I.S.S.E), which provides tutoring, academic support, and support services for foster youth.
El Nido provides services at schools, community locations and the home, focusing its efforts in five core program areas: Child Abuse Prevention & Treatment, Parent Education & Family Development, Teen Parent Family Services, and Youth Development.
LA Conservation Corps provides at-risk young adults and school-aged youth with opportunities for success through job skills training, education and work experience with an emphasis on conservation and service projects that benefit the community.
OCRA provides legal services to consumers of all 21 regional centers throughout California. This is done by having a Clients' Rights Advocate (CRA) designated for each regional center catchment area. The CRA can help with legal problems, conduct trainings, and investigate denials of rights.CRA can help with the following: Abuse/Neglect; Conservatorship and Alternatives; Criminal Matters; Discrimination; Guardianship; In-Home Support Services (IHSS); Medi-Cal; Mental Health; Privacy; Private Insurance; Regional Center Services; School Services; Social Security; Voting
Los Angeles County Online High School managed and operated by Olin Virtual Academy. Receive your High School Diploma for FREE in a flexible academic environment & bully-free zone by fully credentialed teachers all in a complete 100% virtual environment
We provide seamless, integrated and comprehensive academic, workforce and post-secondary education preparation and training, including paid and unpaid work experience, basic skills training, computer literacy, mentoring, career counseling, job placement, case management, and other activities. Para Los Niños also provides paid work experience to hundreds of youth every year. Our goal is to place young people on the path to living wage jobs with career ladders.