FSC’s mission is to promote community wellness and individual and community self-sufficiency by providing opportunities for entire families (children, youth, and adults) to access essential social services (child care, after-school programs, health services, educational workshops, job training, family management, counseling, and intensive case management) while, at the same time, playing an intricate part in assisting other families like themselves to access these services.
Our health outreach services offer access to free or low-cost health care and community resources to improve the health and well-being of children and families: Medi-Cal Program and Emergency Medi-Cal (Open throughout the year), assistance with renewals and requested forms by the eligibility worker, Covered California (special enrollment), healthy kids (0-5) who are not eligible for Medi-Cal and/or Covered California, Safety Net referrals.
HOPICS is dedicated to providing the highest quality innovative social service to South Los Angeles with an emphasis on behavioral health and housing stability. HOPICS provides the following extensive services: Behavioral Health, Housing, Re-entry, and Supportive Services. Read more >
iFoster forms partnerships with hundreds of companies, government agencies, non-profits, and foundations who can supply the critical resources, supports and opportunities these children and youth need. 1. iFoster provides tangible resources like laptops, tutoring, eye glasses, and more. 2. Core to iFoster is service. Our Resources and Supports are available 24/7 online and accessible via computer, smartphone or tablet. Every member personalizes their iFoster experience by setting their preferences in their personal My Account.
Our work goes far beyond the traditional health care model to embrace the broader concept of well-being. In addition to providing a broad array of primary care services, we place a high priority on developing supportive services to address families’ educational, socio-economic, and mental health needs. This is accomplished through outreach, health education, child development and literacy education, case management, insurance enrollment, and mental health assessments.
The Trust is collaborating with the LAUSD Student Health and Human Services Division and the Joint Use Development Program to increase student access to vital health and mental health services, wellness promotion, and health career options.
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The Watts Counseling and Learning Center is a nonprofit Community Benefit program of Kaiser Permanente Southern California. Since 1967, the Center has provided counseling, outreach, and educational services to the residents of the Watts community. Kaiser Permanente Health Plan membership is not required to receive these services.