Community Build is a non-profit community development corporation established in 1992 in response to the conditions that led to the Los Angeles Civil Unrest of 1992. Its youth outreach prioritizes comprehensive and wrap-around services for at-risk youth, out-of-school youth, foster youth, youth offenders, gang-involved youth, and first-generation college bound youth. Community Build believes that youth, young adults and their families are a tremendous resource deserving investment and enabling their active participation as contributors to the local and global economies.
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.
Learning Rights Law Center is a legal services nonprofit that fights for a child’s right to education. Learning Rights assists low-income families by providing free legal counsel and advice, advocacy, direct representation, education, training and policy work. Click here to learn more about programs.
DRLC’s legal services directly fill the needs of a diverse client community. We focus on the most pressing issues that challenge the civil rights of people with disabilities. These issues include:Elimination of Poverty and Unemployment of People with Disabilities, Access to Government Services, Reducing Cancer Survivorship, Disparities, Legal Clinical Teaching, and Continuing Education of Lawyers,Strategic Alliances, Amicus Briefs, International Disability Rights, and Veterans with Disabilities