Valley Community Healthcare provides general medical care, dental, optometry, women’s health, prenatal care, pediatrics, teen health, behavioral health services, and longer-term counseling. Valley Community Healthcare is to provide culturally sensitive, high quality primary care and integrated health services to those in need, regardless of their ability to pay.
UMMA Community Clinic is the medical home to over 25,000 adults and children living in South Los Angeles. For our patients, UMMA is possibly the only source of health care, and without us, many conditions would go undiagnosed or untreated. UMMA emphasizes the need for regular health maintenance visits, which include routine prevention screenings, immunizations, and wellness evaluations. Patients are provided education and support to optimize their total health and well-being.
Out-patient Counseling Services for Youth (Ages 5-17) with Full Scope Medi-Cal. Outpatient counseling services are available on the Toberman campus for youth ages 5-17 with Full Scope Medi-Cal.
T.H.E. (To Help Everyone) Health and Wellness Centers provides a one stop haven for a wide range of services, including medical health services for men, women, children and teens, as well as public health and preventive education services—all designed to treat the “whole” person—body, mind, and spirit.
Services include: Vocational Support; Education Support; Art and Fitness Classes; Life-skills Training; Counseling Services; Peer and Support Groups; Anger Management Groups; LGBTQ Support Housing Referral; Substance Abuse Recovery Referral; and Supportive Services for Homeless Youth.
Activities include: Vocational Support; Education Support; Art and Fitness Classes; Life-skills Training; Counseling Services; Peer and Support Groups; Anger Management Groups; LGBTQ Support; Housing Referral; Substance Abuse Recovery Referral; Supportive Services for Homeless Youth.
Bell Shelter operates a comprehensive program that offers transitional care for up to 350 homeless men and women. The goal of Bell Shelter is to meet the needs of the homeless population by addressing the myriad of reasons why people become homeless and assisting them in developing a higher quality of life through independence.
We are committed to providing services to the LGBTQ community and approach treatment with an emphasis on trauma, anxiety, and/or depression informed by experiences of external and internalized homo-bi-trans-phobia. We incorporate several approaches to therapy, including psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, strength-based, person-centered, humanistic, and mindfulness.
The LGBTQ Center of Long Beach is dedicated to providing quality services to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning/Queer (LGBTQ) youth and their caregivers. Following are services offered: social an support groups, case management for transition age youth (18-25), and advocacy and education
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.