To support family economic success, the FSC provides through its referral network access to affordable housing, substance abuse and mental health counseling, legal services, immigration, emergency medical services, food distribution, clothing, car seats, and transportation.
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.
LAFLA is the first place thousands of poor people turn to when they need legal assistance for a crisis that threatens their shelter, health and livelihood. Here is an overview of what we do: Eviction Defense Center; Economic Stability; Housing and Communities; Supporting Families; Asian & Pacific Islander Community Outreach Project; and offer Self-Help Legal Access Centers.
El Nido is honored to lead the FamilySource Center efforts in Pacoima and partner in this collaborative project with some of the best organizations in the San Fernando Valley. Collectively, we have created a true neighborhood center, offering services including; counseling, parent education, employment assistance, legal aid, financial literacy, adult education, tutoring/homework assistance, recreational and cultural activities, youth leadership development, and community events.
Our Advocates work with doctors to improve individual and community health, help families maintain income security during tough economic times, save homes and protect our neighborhoods, help survivors of domestic violence and victims of special crimes, and engage in high-impact legal advocacy that leads to systemic change.
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.
Special Service for Groups, Trauma Recovery Center is a program under the division of the Homeless Outreach Program Integrated Care System (HOPICS). The Trauma Recovery Center (TRC) is a community based service offering Los Angeles County and surrounding cities trauma-informed, comprehensive treatment, and resources for victims, witnesses, and derivatives of crime. TRC differs from other agencies in that we focus specifically on victims, derivatives, and witnesses of a crime providing brief treatment, one to one support, and system navigation.
Mental Health Advocacy Services, Inc. (MHAS) is a private, non-profit organization established in 1977 to provide free legal services to people with mental disabilities. MHAS assists both children and adults, with an emphasis on obtaining government benefits and services, protecting rights, and fighting discrimination.