Burbank Temporary Aid Center offers: groceries from BTAC’s Food Pantry, daily sack lunches for the homeless, assistance with utility bills, Transportation assistance, ID/License replacement program, limited medical assistance, limited emergency shelter, via a voucher program with cooperating businesses in the area. Shower facilities for the homeless, laundry facilities for the homeless and other clients.
The Year Round Shelter Program provides transportation for homeless people in Los Angeles County. Transportation is available to designated shelters throughout the County. Single adults and families with children are eligible for service. There are no geographic restrictions. For most shelters, it is preferred that people go to one of the pick-up points for transportation to the site, if available. ID is not required.
Services at the centers include comprehensive case management, individual and family counseling and mental health therapy, job development and placement, legal help, transportation help, medical help, children’s programs, legal help, job development and placement, help with utility bills (LIHEAP) and access to other appropriate programs in our organization and with other community agencies.
The program is for community residents who need extra help to stabilize their lives. When a potential client approaches us for help, the first step is to identify strengths and needs and to create a plan that will help get them on track.
Services at the centers include comprehensive case management, individual and family counseling and mental health therapy, job development and placement, legal help, transportation help, medical help, children’s programs, legal help, job development and placement, help with utility bills (LIHEAP) and access to other appropriate programs in our organization and with other community agencies. The South Los Angeles Community Service Center houses a Family Source Center consortium that is designed to streamline access to services for people in need of attaining jobs and keeping their housing.
Freeway Easy Traffic and Driving School in Lakewood is dedicated to preparing teen drivers and adults for life behind the wheel. You'll enjoy our excellent customer service, provided by our professional and courteous employees (we speak both Spanish and English).
The Youth Moving On Peer Resource Center is a safe, welcoming environment to serve transition-age youth (TAY ages 16-25). This center uses a peer-led, peer-driven approach to highlight each person’s right to self-determination. We assist youth in their transition into stable and successful adult living. Many youth accessing services are former foster youth who may be homeless, at risk of homelessness, or lack support and resources. Ensuring that their basic needs are met is often the first step to achieve stability and help youth build healthy relationships.
The goal is to assist, support, nurture, engage, and motivate current and former foster youth in their journey to obtain an associate of arts degree, certificate, or transfer to a four-year university through various campus and community resources.
ILP provides auto insurance, rental and furniture/appliance assistance.
SENIOR EXPENSES: ILP provides graduating seniors with senior expense funds to help cover senior expenses.