Year Up is a one-year, full-time training and internship program located on the West Los Angeles College campus. Our mission is to close the opportunity divide by providing young adults ages 18 – 24 with the skills, experience, and support that will empower them to reach their potential through professional careers and higher education.
The mission of CBL is to assist youth, both teenagers and young adults, with the transition from youth to adulthood. This includes encouraging youth to move from secondary to post-secondary education and on to meaningful careers and productive adult lives. For the past 15 years, the program has worked with partners in the community, including schools, religious institutions and community-based organizations, to provide youth development activities, job training and educational services to young people throughout the City of Los Angeles.
ResCare Workforce Services is the nation’s most comprehensive provider of services and solutions designed to help put people to work. Our combination of career center operations, Job Corps centers, schools, business services and family support functions are the largest for-profit collection of workforce solutions in the United States.
We provide therapeutic residential services, foster family home placements, adoption services, transitional and affordable housing, family preservation, wraparound and mental health services for children youth and families throughout Los Angeles County. Specific services offered at this location include: Family Preservation; Foster Care/Adoption; Mental Health Services; TAY Drop-in Center; and Wraparound.
The group home facility has grown from its initial 10 residents to six cottages, each housing 12 children. Mental health treatment services are provided to every resident. The Haynes Education Center, a non-public school founded in 1989 as a companion to the group home facility, initially provided schooling to the children of what was formerly LeRoy Boys Home. It has grown to serve not only the children who live on campus but the community as a whole, accepting children (boys and girls) from 14 school districts throughout Southern California.
We provide young women (18-24 years old) homeless after foster care and at risk homeless youth with room and board, college support, paid job internships, savings program, automobile obtainment program and independent living education. All of The Teen Project's homes are beautiful. We believe where and how a kid lives reflects on how they feel about themselves. Each of our young women have their own room in a beautilful neighborhood and live-in house mom provides for a real family environment.
Our UP4Youth program (Unlimited Possibilities for Youth) supports these young adults (ages 16-26) during this vulnerable time to help counter these negative effects, teaching them basic life skills and connecting them to the resources they need to reach their fullest potential. There are four primary components to the program: resource coordination, educational planning, employment, and mentoring.
The YouthSource Centers provide a comprehensive array of Employment and training services for youth ages 16-24 throughout the San Fernando Valley, primary targeting out-of-school, out-of-job, drop-out youth and in-school youth. Our main services are to ensure the young people who have barriers to employment or education to obtain the skills and education based on the Labor market economy, including the demand sector and emerging industries to be in the workforce.
El Proyecto WorkSource Sun Valley (EPWS) “Provides a One-Stop Job Preparation, Skills development-Training, Job Placement, Job Transition and Job Retention Services to 18 and older residents. Staffing services are provided in collaboration with business-employers to assist businesses that are experiencing challenges in finding qualified candidates. EPWS will assist in identified local residents that are job ready, and match the skill sets required in occupational growth sectors.