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PACE has been serving diverse communties of Los Angeles County for 41 years providing assets building, small business development loans, employment services, early childhood education
Pacific Clinics offers mental health services and substance use disorder treatment to children, youth, transitional age youth, adults, and families who are Medi-Cal eligible.
Pact builds systemic solutions in partnership so that there are thriving, resilient communities where those we serve are heard, capable, and vibrant.
Educate the community on drug and alcohol and provide resources and to support addicts and their families.
PLN provides a comprehensive social-services model that incorporates: high-quality education, family services and community building opportunities to children living in at-risk neighborhoods in Los Angeles.
Founded in 2007, the Partnership is driven by its mission to transform schools and revolutionize school systems to empower all students with a high-quality education.
PATH provides support that homeless individuals and families need in order to successfully transition from living on the street to thriving in their own homes.
PVJobs helps people rebuild their lives by helping them learn trades and earn livnig wages to lead self-sufficient lives.
We are the national grassroots organization working to stabilize global population to protect our environment, empower women, and improve everyone’s quality of life.
Provides sustainable improvements in health around the globe through education and humanitarian assistance with more than 92 percent of revenues dedicated to programs.
Since 1986, Proyecto Pastoral empowers the Boyle Heights community through grassroots projects in education, leadership and service.
Public Counsel is the nation’s largest public interest law firm specializing in delivering pro bono legal services to low-income communities.
Red Cross exists to provide compassionate care to those in need through disaster relief, supporting military families, blood donations, disaster relief, and international services.
Refugees receive food, shelter and protection; displaced families return home, stateless people obtain legal status, the vulnerable protected. We advocate to resolve refugee crises.
Empowers people with disabilites to live independently through a diverse range of choices and opportunities.
A 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization providing education, advocacy, emotional and social support to women and their families within Ventura County, California. They meet the second Saturday of each month at Mimi’s Café, Ventura, CA with programs
Family and individual therapy, adult and teen substance abuse treatment, anger management, EAP, mobile resource, DUI/PC1000, parents as teachers, and strengthening families.
We provide confidential, no-cost services to survivors of sexual assualt/abuse and intimate partner violence and their loved ones including shelter, advocacy, counseling, prevention and education.
The mission of Sacred Rok is to support youth in nature, helping youth to learn to respect nature and through that, to respect themselves.
Provide a 24hour 7 days crisis hotline. One on one counseling, support groups, advocacy, accompaniment and prevention education presentations at no cost for victims.
Founded in 1970, we are a private, non-profit agency dedicated to improving the mental health of individuals and families within the community.
The Women’s Building is a women-led community space that advocates self-determination, gender equality and social justice.
Provides people with the tools and knowledge to address the root causes of poverty for immigrants; addresses immigration status, educational level, language, and low-wage jobs.
Collaboratively solving LA County homelessness through policy analysis, program design, resource development, and advocacy in support of agencies and local governments that serve the homeless.
SHIELDS provides substance abuse, mental health, child welfare, vocational, and educational services that empower and advocate for high-risk families in South Los Angeles.
The Trust provides permanent supportive housing so people who’ve experienced homelessness, extreme poverty, poor health, disabilities, mental illness or addiction can lead safe, stable lives.
Cultivates the leadership skills of residents to support early education and family engagement through eveidenced-based practices messaging campaigns and community organizing.
Through our portfolio of strategies, we harness new ideas + innovative solutions that provide residents with the tools needed to live productive + self-determined lives.
SCANPH is a membership association, founded in 1985, that advocates for those dedicated to the development of affordable housing
Using litigation, education, and other forms of advocacy, the SPLC works toward making the ideals of equal justice and equal opportunity a reality.
Special Service for Groups (SSG) is a non-profit organization dedicated to provide community-based solutions to the social and economic issues facing those in greatest need.
To advocate for equal communications access for people with speech disabilities, as well as to be a technology information source for this population.
SRO Housing Corporation provides service enriched emergency, transitional and permanent supportive housing all in private units to over 2,300 homeless and low-income individuals.
We provide working poor families, homeless men, women and children of all ages, with resources and tools to become productive, stable and self-supporting.
St. Vincent de Paul Society is an international, Catholic volunteer organization that serves the needy of any religious background free of charge.
Streetlights’ mission is to create careers for poverty level and socially disadvantaged young adult minorities while promoting ethnic diversity in the Entertainment Industry workforce.
Provides services for adults with developmental disabilities: paid work, job placement, training and follow-up, independent living skills training, housing advocacy and senior services.
Litigation, legal action, research, education, and other charitable efforts to advance Second Amendment and related civil rights in California.
We provide quality subsidized childcare and support services to low-income and high-risk infants and toddlers to help alleviate poverty and child abuse.
We provide wide-ranging services: residential recovery, transitional housing with supportive services, adult day care, youth development programs, licensed childcare, senior housing, and family social services.
Our mission is to give children the skills, support and security they need to build emotionally healthy lives and become caring, responsible adults.
Think Together partners with schools to change the odds for kids by offering expanded learning programs throughout the day.
TLC provides quality services to youth and families through Adoption/Foster care programs, Residential Treatment, Mental Health Services, a private high school and Transitional Housing Placement.
UAW-Labor Employment and Training Corporation is a private, non-profit corporation with over 30 years of successful experience administering workforce programs in the Los Angeles area
UUSC advances human rights and social justice. Our innovative approaches and impact are grounded in the belief that all people have inherent dignity and rights.
Supporting college readiness and success of foster youth in Los Angeles AND providing transitional housing services to foster youth to successfully reach and maintain self-sufficiency
Fighting poverty at its roots by focusing on long-term solutions focused on Education, Housing and Financial Stability – building blocks to better lives and stronger communities.
We fight for the health, education and financial stability of youth in SLO County. We are focused on school readiness and childhood literacy; social emotional literacy; and community strengthening.
Education, financial stability, and health are building blocks for a good life. We support programs advancing quality of life throughout our area.