Community Resources

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211-LA County – information and referral for services in LA County.

311-LA City – information and referral for services in the City of LA.

Alliance for Housing and Healing – provides basic necessities of life for men, women, children, and families living with HIV/AIDS through a safety net of essential housing and direct supportive services.

Archdiocesan Youth Employment Services – job training, education and counseling for young people.

Los Angeles Regional Food Bank – pantry locator.

California Hospital Medical Center – is a Los Angeles hospital that continues to deliver compassionate, quality healthcare.

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels: Outreach – serves the Los Angeles Archdiocese.

Central City Neighborhood Partners – nonprofit organization advancing systemic change to benefit low-income communities through collaborations.

Centro Latino for Literacy – creates innovative solutions that transform lives through literacy.

Chrysalis – is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a pathway to self-sufficiency for homeless and low-income individuals by providing the resources and support needed to find and retain employment.

Dolores Mission Church – provides vital services to the Boyle Heights community including, safety, support, quality education and hope.

Downtown Women’s Center – meals, personalized case management, an on-site medical clinic, health workshops and screenings, computer literacy, government benefits advocacy, support groups, job counseling, and self-expression classes for women.

Exodus Recovery – provides quality psychiatric and chemical dependency treatment services to Southern California communities.

FarmBox – food delivery service that provides fresh, local produce straight from the farm to customers. FarmBox recently started donating produce to St. Francis Center.

Feeding the 5000 Los Angeles – an organization that serves up a delicious communal feast for 5000 people made entirely out of food that would otherwise have been wasted.

Friends Outside – improves the quality of life of families, children, and communities impacted by incarceration, and assists with successful community reentry and family reunification for those transitioning from confinement to freedom.

Gateways Hospital and Mental Health Center – provides an integrated, comprehensive continuum of non-traditional services addressing the need of mentally ill adults who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.

Heart of Compassion Distribution – distributes food and other in-kind goods to over a 100 organizations such as food banks, shelters, veterans, seniors, city and school programs throughout Southern California.

Hope Street Family Center – provides in-home and on-site educational, health wellness, behavioral health, developmental, and social services that support children and families.

Hospitality Kitchen “Hippie Kitchen” – serves food to the homeless on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.

LAMP community – ends homelessness of Los Angeles’ most vulnerable individuals, primarily adults with mental illness, through a continuum of services and housing, enabling them to reach their highest level of self-sufficiency and community integration.

Los Angeles Livability – Online resource that provides overall livability scores for areas based on amenities, cost of living, crime rates, education, education, housing, etc.

Los Angeles Mission – exists to provide help, hope and opportunity to men, women and children in need.

Magnolia Place – promotes and strengthens individual, family and neighborhood protective factors through increasing social connectedness, community mobilization and access to needed services.

Midnight Mission – offers a path to self-sufficiency to men, women and children who have lost everything. Their emergency services, 12-step recovery program, job training, education and work programs offer a compassionate bridge to productive lives.

New Economics for Women – dedicated to the economic security of women, especially immigrant women, in low-wealth communities.

New Image Shelter – works to decrease and prevent homelessness throughout Los Angeles County by providing comprehensive Case Management and Supportive Services, housing, job search and placement, outreach, and referral services.

The Norwood Healthy Start Program – exists to ensure the health and well-being of Norwood students and their families.

Paint-It-Forward-ALLBRiGHT 1-800-PAINTING was founded 27 years ago and is a full-service painting company serving Los Angeles, Santa Clarita Valley, San Fernando Valley, and Ventura County. The “Paint-It-Forward” campaign has grown to over $1,000,000 worth of giveaways as company President Josh Abramson has shared the initiative with other painting contractors and service providers across the U.S. and Canada.

PATH (People Assisting The Homeless) – is a family of agencies working together to end homelessness for individuals, families and communities.

School on Wheels – The mission of School on Wheels is to enhance educational opportunities for homeless children in kindergarten through twelfth grade. We provide FREE services for children living in shelters, motels, foster group-homes, cars, campgrounds, and on the street. Our services include: after-school tutoring, backpacks, school supplies, help with re-enrollment into schools, and scholarships. Student enrollment does not require any specific referral from an agency or liaison. For questions, call (213) 896-9200

Santo Niño – provides direct services to those in need regardless of religion, race, gender, or sexual orientation. Services include shelter and housing, education and training, social services, financial literacy, refugee and immigrant assistance, food-related services, clothing and utility assistance, job training and more.

St. Agnes Parish – is a Catholic church in Los Angeles.

St. Barnabas Senior Services – pioneers programs that promote healthy aging, prolong independence, and enhance dignity for more than 8,000 seniors in Los Angeles.

SAJE (Strategic Actions for a Just Economy) – is an economic justice, community development, and popular education center that has been building economic power for working class people in Los Angeles.

Skid Row Housing Trust – develops, manages and operates homes for the homeless of Los Angeles.

Society of St. Vincent de Paul Council of Los Angeles’ Cardinal Manning Center – provides case-management, employment counseling, group discussion sessions, budgeting & financial counseling, individual, therapy, computer room, transportation expenses to work and client advocacy and referral services for accessing permanent housing & other crucial social services for men.

Society of St. Vincent de Paul Council of Los Angeles’ Circle V Ranch Camp – one-week sessions of resident camping, which are designed to help children learn necessary life skills, build self-esteem, increase their knowledge of nature, and receive mentoring from supportive role models, while spending time in a positive and nurturing environment.

Society of St. Vincent de Paul Council of Los Angeles’ Thrift Store – contributes to the local economy by furnishing a ready source of low cost goods and jobs to residents from the surrounding communities, and helps fund the Society’s charitable programs and services, such as the Cardinal Manning Center’s emergency and transitional housing programs and Circle V Ranch Camp for disadvantaged and at-risk youth.

South Central LAMP – uses the power of education and building the capacity of parents and children to combat existing inequality and reduce poverty one family at a time.

SOVA Community Food and Resource Program – provides free groceries and an array of supportive services to over 12,000 individuals of all ages, ethnicities and religions each month.

SRO Housing Corporation – is a nonprofit, community-based organization, dedicated to building a vibrant community for homeless and very low-income individuals in the Central City East Community of downtown Los Angeles, more commonly known as “Skid Row.”

Telecare Corporation – provides services and systems of care for people with serious mental illness.

Tessie Cleveland PATH (Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness) – provides community-based outreach, mental health, substance abuse, case management and other support services, as well as a limited set of housing services.

The Salvation Army – provides programming to support the basic necessities of life – food, shelter, and warmth.

 Weingart Center – gives people the skills, resources, and hope they need to break the cycle of poverty and lead self-sufficient lives.

To have your organization added to our Community Resources page, please email us at [email protected]


Some of Our Partnerships

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels: Outreach – serves the Los Angeles Archdiocese.

Dolores Mission Church – provides vital services to the Boyle Heights community including, safety, support, quality education and hope.

Feed the Children – provides hope and resources for those without life’s essentials.

Heart of Compassion Distribution – distributes food and other in-kind goods to over a 100 organizations such as food banks, shelters, veterans, seniors, city and school programs throughout Southern California.

Los Angeles Regional Food Bank – pantry locator.

Loyola High School – is an all-male, four-year, Catholic college preparatory school in Los Angeles conducted by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits).

Ramona Convent Secondary School – is a Catholic school for young women in Alhambra, CA.

St. Julie Billiart Parish – is a Catholic church in Newbury, CA.

St. Luke Catholic School – is a Catholic school in Temple City, CA.

St. Rita Parish and School – is a Catholic church and elementary school in Sierra Madre, CA.

St. Therese School – is a Catholic parish-based school in Alhambra, CA.

St. Thomas More Church – is a Catholic church in Alhambra, CA.

Sts. Simon & Jude Catholic Church – is a Franciscan parish in Huntington Beach, CA.

Shelter Partnership – is dedicated to alleviating, preventing and ending homelessness by assisting in the development of short-term and transitional housing programs, affordable housing, and supportive services for the homeless and potentially homeless throughout Los Angeles County.

To have your organization added to our list of Partners, please email us at [email protected]