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580 Café is a space for students to break bread & build relationships through food, conversation, study and arts.
The mission of Safe Place for Youth is to inspire, nurture, and empower the resilient human spirit of homeless youth by providing immediate and lasting solutions, one young person at a time. They provide a continuum of care that includes street outreach and engagement, drop-in services, case management, health and wellness and education and employment programs.
Covenant House provides transitional housing and crisis counseling for youth.
ECHOES OF HOPE strives to awaken the spirit of hope in the lives of children, youth, and young adults in need by alleviating barriers and helping them reach their full potential. The nonprofit has helped thousands of at-risk and emancipated foster youth succeed by providing the resources, love, and support they so richly deserve.
Journey House Supports former foster youth to live fully independent, successful lives. They provide emotional support and guidance, as well as financial aid to help with the cost of attending college and vocational schools.
Jovenes helps youth, ages 18-25, end their cycle of homelessness. We are located in Boyle Heights and serve communities throughout Southeast LA County.
LAHSA is the lead agency in the Los Angeles Continuum of Care, which is the regional planning body that coordinates housing and services for homeless families and individuals in Los Angeles County.
LGBT Center provides comprehensive resources and services including housing, medical health, mental health, and social services.
Medicaid provides health coverage to Americans including eligible low income adults, children and those with disabilities.
My Friend’s Place assists and inspires homeless youth to build self-sufficient lives. They provide homeless youth with meals, on-site and off-site medical care, intensive case management and a transition into housing
If you are not homeless yet, it may be possible to avoid becoming homeless by finding out about prevention or emergency assistance programs in your area. These programs may be able to help in paying rent, utilities or bills. If you are homeless now, emergency assistance programs may help with health care, food, and temporary, transitional or permanent housing.
Highly-trained advocates are available 24/7/365 to talk confidentially with anyone experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship.
Online directory of shelters throughout the U.S.
Our Children LA’s WIN App for Homeless Youth is a free mobile and web app designed to connect homeless or resource insecure youth, ages 12-25 to essential services, without a referral.
The Salvation Army provides group homes, emergency shelters and transitional living centers to provide housing, food, counseling, vocational services to those in need.