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Non-Profit Partners

A Community Of Friends

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

3701 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700
Los Angeles, CA – 90010

Web Site:

http://www.acof.org/

Description:

Geographically diverse provider of permanent supportive housing to individuals and families who struggle with mental illness, many with substance abuse addictions, to help stabilize these households and reintegrate back into society.

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Advancement Through Opportunity and Knowledge Incorporated

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

1200 W 37th Place,
Los Angeles, CA 90007-4220

Web Site:

http://www.cyfcla.org/

Description:

Advancement Through Opportunity and Knowledge, dba the Children Youth and Family Collaborative (CYFC), provides a comprehensive, standards-based academic intervention model for foster youth, low-performing students and English Learners that encompasses homework support, tutoring and academic enrichment.

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After-School All Stars, Los Angeles

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

6501 Fountain Avenue,
Los Angeles, CA 90028

Web Site:

http://www.la-allstars.org/

Description:

Since 2002, After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles has been offering comprehensive out-of-school-time education programs with a goal of educating the whole child.  In their efforts to work seamlessly with their school day administrators and teachers, they have crafted their program design to also support initiatives that are vital to schools’ general student population, with the need for additional resources and support around mathematics being a top priority.

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All Peoples Christian Center

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

822 East 20th Street,
Los Angeles, CA – 90011

Web Site:

http://www.allpeoplescc.org/

Description:

This partner offers an after school enrichment program providing academic and social development activities to promote educational success for at-risk, middle school youth living in South Los Angeles.

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Alliance for a Better Community

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing

Address:

350 S. Bixel St. Suite 180,
Los Angeles, CA 90017

Web Site:

http://www.afabc.org/

Description:

Founded by a coalition of leading organizations and civic leaders, Alliance for a Better Community (ABC) promotes equity for Latinos in education, health, economic development and civic participation throughout the Los Angeles region.  ABC will build the capacity of parents, empowering them to act as informed partners with schools and the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD).

 

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Antelope Valley Domestic Violence Council

Focus Area:

Housing Stability- Rapid Rehousing

Address:

P. O Box 2980
Lancaster, CA 93539-2980

Web Site:

www.valleyoasis.org

Description:

The only one-stop service center for the homeless or near homeless in the Antelope Valleys serving the cities of Palmdale and Lancaster with a strong focus on permanent housing placements and retention services.

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Antelope Valley Partners for Health

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing

Address:

45104 10th Street West,
Los Angeles, CA 93534

Web Site:

http://www.avph.org/

Description:

United We Mentor (UWM), a program of Antelope Valley Partners for Health, is an adult to child mentoring program that intends to improve students’ academic performance, reduce drop out rates, and improve interpersonal skills through one-on-one mentoring and monthly group activities.

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Ascencia

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

1851 Tyburn Street
Glendale, CA 91204

Web Site:

http://www.AscenciaCA.org

Description:

A nonprofit homeless service and housing agency located in south Glendale who transitions chronically homeless adults into permanent housing with wrap around services and additional services that include psychiatry, trauma therapy, and stress reduction.

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Asian American Drug Abuse Program (AADAP)

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Workforce Development

Address:

2900 Crenshaw Blvd.,
Los Angeles, CA 90016

Web Site:

http://www.aadapinc.org/

Description:

This project utilizes a comprehensive workforce development approach integrated with education, job training and workforce preparation linked to job placements and career advancements in varying occupations such as office administration, clean energy, transportation and security.

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Beyond Shelter

Focus Area:

Housing Stability- Rapid Rehousing

Address:

340 N Madison Avenue,
Los Angeles, CA 90004-3504

Web Site:

www.beyondshelter.org

Description:

Beyond Shelter’s mission is to develop systemic approaches to combat poverty and homelessness among families with children and enhance their economic security and well-being. The agency’s programs and demonstration projects currently assist 2,500 – 3,000 homeless and/or very low-income parents, children, and at-risk individuals in Los Angeles County annually. 

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Boys & Girls Club of Antelope Valley

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

PO BOX 10047, LANCASTER,
Los Angeles, CA – 93584-2047

Web Site:

http://www.avbgc.org/

Description:

For over 2000 children in the Antelope Valley, The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Antelope Valley have been havens of encouragement; places where kids can find support and resources to discover and achieve their full potential.  Providing youth with a comprehensive homework help and tutoring program called Power Learning.

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Boys & Girls Club of Burbank and Greater East Valley

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

2244 N BUENA VISTA ST,
Burbank, CA – 91504-3308

Web Site:

http://www.bgcburbank.org/

Description:

Provides youth development programs to young people, ages 6-18 during the out of school hours.  Over 1,500 youth are served at our 16 locations each day, focusing on the Club’s 3 priority outcomes of academic success, good character & citizenship, and healthy lifestyles.  Our Club works to insure that the youth who need us most graduate on time with a plan for their future.

 

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Boys & Girls Club of Carson

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

1950 E. 220th St. Suite 102,
Long Beach, CA – 90810

Web Site:

http://www.bgccarson.org/

Description:

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Carson’s AIM (Achievement In Middle School) Program provides targeted programs and activities that attract and engage middle school youth.  AIM is based on a youth development strategy to bridge elementary/middle school programs with its successful teen programs.  This youth development strategy successfully transitions youth from one education milestone to the next.

 

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Boys & Girls Club of San Fernando Valley

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

11251 Glenoaks Blvd,
Pacoima, CA – 91331

Web Site:

http://http//www.bgcsfv.org/

Description:

The Boys & Girls Club of San Fernando Valley is a youth and family oriented organization dedicated to promoting the educational, vocational, healthy lifestyles and social & character development of boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 18. An after-school program that provides tutoring in math, English, and computer skills; a mentoring program that focuses on youth’s academic and career aspirations; plus a parental involvement and secondary and post-secondary education component.

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Boys & Girls Club of Venice

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

2232 Lincoln Boulevard,
Venice, CA – 90291

Web Site:

http://www.bgcv.org/

Description:

Boys and Girls Club of Venice works to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. They  will be working with Mark Twain Middle School students to provide homework help and tutoring, career planning, and case management.

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Boys & Girls Club of West San Gabriel Valley

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

328 South Ramona Ave,
Monterey Park, CA – 91754

Web Site:

http://www.wsgvbgc.org/

Description:

Their goal is To provide every child with the essential tools needed for a successful and bright future. Providing a comprehensive program that helps at-risk students successfully transition from middle to high school and increases post-secondary options and college prep, while educating parents to become better informed regarding their children’s academic pursuits.

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Boys & Girls Club of Whittier

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

7905 S. Greenleaf Avenue,
Whitter, CA – 90602

Web Site:

http://www.bgcw.org/

Description:

The Boys and Girls Club of Whittier will continue to create pathways out of poverty for more than 2,000 Club members. Through Goals For Graduation, 250 middle schoolers will receive a minimum of five hours per week of additional academic and enrichment support through the Boys & Girls Club of Whittier.

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Boys & Girls Clubs of the Los Angeles Harbor

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

1200 S. Cabrillo Avenue,
San Pedro, CA – 90731

Web Site:

http://www.bgclaharbor.org/

Description:

Boys and Girls Club of the LA Harbor’s mission is to enable all young people, especially those that need us the most, College Bound will provide 1,100 youth (grades 6 – 12) with academic case management, academic support, and a variety of resources and college pathway activities.

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Building Skills Partnership

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing, Financial Stability - Asset Building

Address:

828 W. Washington Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90015

Web Site:

www.buildingskills.org

Description:

Building Skills Partnership will expand its education and financial stability program throughout Los Angeles.  BSP will work directly with low-wage immigrant workers, a hard to reach demographic, often underrepresented in parent engagement and financial stability efforts. Through this project, BSP will work with some of Los Angeles’ 10,000 unionized janitors whose children overwhelmingly attend low performing LAUSD schools and are often trapped in a cycle of poverty.

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CANGRESS

Focus Area:

Housing Stability - Systems Change

Address:

828 W. Washington Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90015

Web Site:

www.cangress.org

Description:

The Los Angeles Community Action Network (LA CAN) primarily engages in public education, community organizing and advocacy to increase housing stability, strengthen tenant rights, and expand access to housing for those most in need.  

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Catholic Charities of Los Angeles, Inc.

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Workforce Development, Home For Good - Rapid Rehousing

Address:

1531 James M. Wood Blvd.,
Los Angeles, CA 90015

Web Site:

http://www.catholiccharitiesla.org/

Description:

Archdiocesan Youth Employment Services of Catholic Charities of Los Angeles, Inc. (AYE)  provides clients with job skills training, employment support, job retention coaching and guidance leading to sustainable careers in allied health professions where they will have opportunities for growth and advancement.

In addition to provider of basic needs throughout the Los Angeles area, this United Way partner will rapidly re-house 60 homeless families through the provision of rental assistance and housing placement referrals.

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Center for the Pacific Asian Family, Inc.

Focus Area:

Housing Stability- Rapid Rehousing

Address:

543 North Fairfax Avenue #108,
Los Angeles, CA 90036

Web Site:

http://www.nurturingchange.org/

Description:

Emergency and transitional provider of basic needs, education and outreach, rapid rehousing rental assistance and other programs for survivors of domestic violence.

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Central City Neighborhood Partners

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Asset Building

Address:

501 S Bixel Street
LA, CA 90017-2007

Web Site:

www.laccnp.org

Description:

Central City Neighborhood Partners (CCNP) is a non-profit collaborative working to advance system changes that support low-income families in creating pathways to financial security and opportunity by integrating financial empowerment services within its academic and social service programs.

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Child & Family Guidance Center

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Asset Building

Address:

9650 Zelzah Avenue,
Northridge, CA – 91325

Web Site:

http://www.childguidance.org/

Description:

Supports vulnerable children and low-income families that face major barriers to self-sufficiency. CFGC promotes financial development by offering financial workshops at LAUSD parent centers in the San Fernando Valley and a 10-week course of individualized counseling to cultivate budgeting, debt reduction, and savings.

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Children's Bureau of Southern California

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Workforce Development

Address:

1910 Magnolia Avenue,
Los Angeles, CA – 90007

Web Site:

http://www.all4kids.org/

Description:

Magnolia Place is a state-of-the-art, one-stop center that houses comprehensive, transformative services under one roof. The partnership between Children’s Bureau and Right Way Foundation helps to create a true pathway out of poverty for the Magnolia neighborhood by providing training and support to secure living-wage jobs in careers such as healthcare, energy efficiency, transportation and bioinformatics.

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Chinatown Service Center

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Asset Building

Address:

767 N. Hill Street, Suite 400,
Los Angeles, CA – 90012

Web Site:

http://www.cscla.org/

Description:

Chinatown Service Center (CSC) assists primarily low-to-moderate income residents through its full service WorkSource Center.  CSC career programs provide job training and employment services needed to successfully enter the pharmacy technician field.

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City Year Los Angeles

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

606 S. Olive Street, 2nd Floor,
Los Angeles, CA – 90014

Web Site:

http://www.cityyear.org/losangeles

Description:

City Year recruits young people, known as corps members, for a year of full-time service as tutors, mentors, and role models to keep students in school and on track to graduate. Corps members work daily from 7:30am-6:00pm providing students with a holistic package of supports, including an after-school program dedicated to homework help and academic coaching.  This grant would provide at-risk students throughout Los Angeles with our early-intervention service model during after-school extended learning time.

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Communities In Schools Los Angeles West Inc

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing

Address:

c/o Creative Artists Agency, 2000 Ave Of The Stars Ste 803,
Los Angeles, CA – 90067-4700

Web Site:

http://www.cislawest.org/

Description:

Communities in Schools is a network of passionate professionals working in Los Angeles public schools to surround  students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. CIS will provide after-school learning time opportunities to at-risk, 7th and 8th grade students at Hollenbeck and Daniel Webster Middle schools.

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Community Asset Development Re-defining Education (CADRE)

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing

Address:

8510 1/2 South Broadway
LA, CA 90003-0000

Web Site:

www.cadre-la.org

Description:

Founded in 2001, CADRE is an independent, member-led organization that facilitates and invests in the individual and community development of African American and Latino parents in South Los Angeles to bring about systemic social change and racial equity.

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Community Career Development, Inc.

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Workforce Development

Address:

3550 Wilshire Blvd., Ste 500,
Los Angeles, CA – 90010

Web Site:

http://www.communitycareer.org/

Description:

Community Career Development, Inc. (CCD) provides job skills training, case management and support services to low-income, unemployed jobseekers in Los Angeles County.  CCD offers a choice of career pathways in high-growth occupations such as Biotech Manufacturing Academy facilitated by Los Angeles Valley College, leading to employment in entry-level positions at Baxter BioScience. Other career path choices include  healthcare and allied health, private security, transportation or trade occupations, including construction, electrical and other union positions.

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Community Coalition

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing

Address:

8101 S. Vermont Avenue,
Los Angeles, CA – 90044

Web Site:

http://www.cocosouthla.org/

Description:

Community Coalition works to help transform the social and economic conditions in South LA that foster addiction, crime, violence and poverty by building a community institution that involves thousands in creating, influencing and changing public policy. They  plan to implement the Dropout Prevention, Intervention and Recovery Program at Fremont High School. The goal of the program is to help reduce student drop out, significantly improve student achievement and success and prepare students for college or a living wage career.

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Community Development Technologies Center (CDTech)

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Asset Building

Address:

520 West 23rd Street,
Los Angeles, CA – 90007

Web Site:

http://www.cdtech.org/

Description:

Works to strengthen communities, empowering South LA residents with cohort-based financial  workshops, counseling, and coaching toward personalized financial goals. Participants also receive accelerated savings accounts (15-19% APR) and tax-assistance to claim valuable tax credits.

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Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH)

Focus Area:

Housing Stability - Systems Change

Address:

800 South Figueroa St., Suite 790,
Los Angeles, CA – 90017

Web Site:

http://www.csh.org/

Description:

National innovator of best practices for developing permanent supportive housing (PSH), the local office provides technical assistance, research, and capacity building to many organizations and communities within L.A. County as well as assisting with the establishment of a Home For Good certification for local PSH providers to facilitate the creation of 12,000 PSH units by 2016.

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Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services

Focus Area:

Housing Stability- Rapid Rehousing

Address:

4760 S. Sepulveda Boulevard,
Los Angeles, CA – 90230

Web Site:

http://www.didihirsch.org/

Description:

Provides integrated mental health, substance abuse, housing, employment and social rehabilitation services to transition homeless, mentally ill youth and adults off the streets into permanent housing to help them become self-sufficient.

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Door of Hope, Inc.

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Rapid Rehousing City of Pasadena

Address:

P.O. Box 90455,
Pasadena, CA – 91109-8964

Web Site:

http://www.doorofhope.us/

Description:

Headquartered in Pasadena, provides rapid rehousing and housing placement services to homeless families throughout the San Gabriel Valley in partnership with Union Station Homeless Services and other San Gabriel Valley agencies.

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Downtown Women's Center

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

442 South San Pedro Street
Los Angeles, CA – 90013

Web Site:

http://www.dwcweb.org/

Description:

Located in the heart of L.A.’s Skid Row, the nation’s first permanent supportive housing program helps formerly homeless residents move toward personal stability and break isolation by providing opportunities for them to improve tier health, cultivate self-esteem, and gain skill needed to maintain housing in the long term.

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East LA Community Corporation (ELACC)

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Asset Building

Address:

530 South Boyle Avenue,
Los Angeles, CA – 90033

Web Site:

http://www.elacc.org/

Description:

Helps build individual and community assets in Boyle Heights and East LA. ELACC provides homeownership counseling as well as financial education workshops and personalized financial guidance. Participants can also start building savings through ELACC’s 12-month Lanzate savings program (17-21% APR) and claim tax credits through ELACC’s certified tax preparation services.

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East San Gabriel Valley Regional Occupational Program and Technical Center

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Workforce Development

Address:

Web Site:

Description:

The East San Gabriel Valley ROP/TC provides all students with the highest quality academic and technical skills necessary to be well-educated citizens, and responsible, productive employers and employees, and to be successful in obtaining high wage, high demand, continuous employment.

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Educators 4 Excellence

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing

Address:

448 South Hill Street
LA, CA 90013

Web Site:

www.educators4excellence.org

Description:

Educators 4 Excellence provides opportunities for teachers to learn about education research and policy, network with peers and policy makers and take action by advocating for policy and legislative changes that will elevate student achievement and the prestige of the teaching profession.

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El Centro De Ayuda

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Asset Building

Address:

3467 Whittier Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90023-1707

Web Site:

ELCENTRODEAYUDA.ORG

Description:

El Centro de Ayuda is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization established in 1981, as El Centro SATC and incorporated in 1996, as El Centro de Ayuda (ECDA).  El Centro de Ayuda’s mission is to promote social, emotional, academic and economic self-sufficiency through a continuum of human services.Services include: tutoring, mentoring & youth leadership training; adolescent & family counseling; case management, mental health, substance abuse & domestic violence services; computer literacy; work readiness, vocational  & educational support services; financial literacy, asset building & financial coaching services;Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA):  emergency food, clothing and transportation assistance; Gang Reduction & Youth Development (GRYD) intervention services; recreational & cultural activities;  Your Benefits Now (YBN) multi- benefits screening; information and referral assistance. 

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Emotional Health Association (SHARE!)

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

6666 Green Valley Circle
Culver City, CA 90230-7068

Web Site:

http://www.shareselfhelp.org/

Description:

Information on this partner will be added soon.

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Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.

Focus Area:

Housing Stability - Systems Change

Address:

10227 WINCOPIN CIR STE 500, COLUMBIA, MD 21044-3400
Los Angeles, CA – 21044-3400

Web Site:

http://www.enterprisecommunity.org/

Description:

A national affordable housing provider of technical assistance, research, and capital funding, will assist existing transitional housing providers shift toward a permanent supportive housing model in efforts to support Home For Good’s goals of ending chronic and veteran homelessness in L.A. County.

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Families In Schools

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing

Address:

1545 wilshire boulevard, Suite 700, Los Angeles, CA 90017
Los Angeles, CA – 90017

Web Site:

http://www.familiesinschools.org/

Description:

Families In Schools’ mission is to involve parents and communities in their children’s education to achieve lifelong success. They plan to implement “Parents as Advocates for School Accountability” (PASA), a parent advocacy initiative aimed at strengthening the engagement of parents in school reform efforts in Local District 6 (LD6).

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Goodwill Southern California

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Workforce Development

Address:

342 N. San Fernando Road
Los Angeles, CA 90031

Web Site:

www.goodwillsocal.org

Description:

Goodwill serves five core constituencies:  at-risk youth, veterans, people with disabilities, people involved with the criminal justice system, and low-income individuals with vocational challenges, as well as businesses, by providing education, training, work experience and job placement services.

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Grace Resource Center

Focus Area:

Housing Stability- Rapid Rehousing

Address:

45134 Sierra Highway
Lancaster, CA 93534-2522

Web Site:

www.graceresources.org

Description:

GRC operates Lancaster Emergency Homeless Shelter and provides case management with a view of long-term service toward housing stability and rapid rehousing.  GRC also meets with Veterans providing the same service.

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Harbor City - Harbor Gateway Boys and Girls Club

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

1220 West 256th Street
Harbor City, CA 90710-2916

Web Site:

http://www.southbayclubs.org

Description:

The Boys & Girls Clubs of the South Bay’s (BGCSB) Club College provides students (6th to 12th grade) and their parents with the necessary tools, information, and support to successfully transition from middle school to high school and prepares them for success after high school graduation.

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Harbor Interfaith Services, Inc.

Focus Area:

Housing Stability- Rapid Rehousing

Address:

670 W. Ninth Street,
San Pedro, CA – 90731

Web Site:

http://www.harborinterfaith.org/

Description:

Provides immediate relief to homeless families in South Bay through temporary residential facilities and assists these families in transition into permanent housing through rental assistance, financial coaching, and housing placement services.

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Heart of Los Angeles Youth

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

2701 Wilshire Boulevard, Ste. 100,
Los Angeles, CA – 90057

Web Site:

http://www.heartofla.org/

Description:

HOLA Bridges is an after school program designed to help middle school students through integrated programming which emphasizes commitment to academics, leadership, team building, and self expression. HOLA provides significant academic support and individualized attention to address the unmet educational needs of disadvantaged, under-served, and at-risk students, by filling the gaps that exist in inner-city schools that HOLA youth attend.

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Homeless Health Care Los Angeles

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

2330 BEVERLY BLVD,
Los Angeles, CA – 90057-2220

Web Site:

http://www.hhcla.org/

Description:

Applying innovative and evidence based service models and utilizing a housing-first approach, 100 chronically homeless individuals, many of whom have addiction disorders, will be rapidly rehoused into permanent supportive housing

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Housing Works

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

1277 N Wilcox Avenue,
Los Angeles, CA – 90038

Web Site:

http://www.housingworksca.org/

Description:

In collaboration with the City of Pasadena, this homeless outreach and case management agency will assist in the placement of 40 vulnerable, chronically homeless residents into permanent housing.

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Inner City Law Center

Focus Area:

Housing Stability - Systems Change

Address:

1309 E 7TH Street,
Los Angeles, CA – 90021

Web Site:

http://www.innercitylaw.org/

Description:

A public law firm that strives to remove admissions barriers to permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless individuals and homeless veterans through legal analyses, identification of best practices, policy recommendations, and negotiations with government agencies.

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InnerCity Struggle

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing

Address:

124 North Townsend Avenue,
Los Angeles, CA – 90063

Web Site:

http://www.innercitystruggle.org/

Description:

Innercity Struggle educates and empowers students & parents to be agents of change in addressing educational inequities in their communities. Their goal is to ensure that all Eastside students graduate HS and are prepared for college and the 21st century workforce.

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Jewish Vocational Services

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Workforce Development

Address:

6505 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700,
Los Angeles, CA 90048

Web Site:

http://www.jvsla.org/

Description:

Jewish Vocational Sevices (JVS) offers literacy skills-building, job training & job placement to disadvantaged populations with multiple barriers to employment.  The organization offers career track training programs in high-demand, high-growth employment sectors that include the BankWork$ financial services and the HealthWorks Certified Nursing Assistant training. These trainings build the literacy and math skills needed for clients to successfully complete their training; services are delivered through the Literacy Network.

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Koreatown Youth and Community Center (KYCC)

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Asset Building

Address:

3727 W. 6th St. Ste. 300,
Los Angeles, CA – 90020

Web Site:

http://www.kyccla.org/

Description:

Assists recently-immigrated youth and their families become financially stable. Beyond basic education, KYCC also provides intensive financial case management and a range of tools like Ramp-Up savings (15-19% APR), certified tax preparation, and small business counseling to help grow assets. It also offers youth-oriented financial education and savings programs.

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L.A. Family Housing

Focus Area:

Housing Stability- Rapid Rehousing

Address:

7843 Lankershim Boulevard,
Los Angeles, CA – 91605

Web Site:

http://www.lafh.org/

Description:

In addition to operating an emergency shelter, the organization sponsors the Housing Resource Center to assist homeless individuals and families transition and retain permanent housing through employment, benefits attainment, life skills, housing search assistance and housing application assistance.

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L.A. Voice

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing

Address:

760 South Westmoreland Street, Unit 336
Los Angeles, CA 90005-1409

Web Site:

http://www.lavoicepico.org/

Description:

LA Voice PICO is a federation of 22 churches, synagogues, and mosques spanning six LA city council districts, three education board districts, and representing the interests of over 30,000 families in LA and with a base of hundreds of leaders in Pasadena that span the district and multiple cities.  In Pasadena, parents will organize at a local elementary school, and an existing district wide committee will be further trained to organize and work with district leadership to shape the creation of a user-friendly data tool for parents.

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LA's Promise

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing

Address:

1035 South Grand Avenue, 2nd Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90015-1669

Web Site:

www.laspromise.org

Description:

LA’s Promise has tirelessly spent the last decade partnering with schools and parents committed to giving underprivileged students a promising education and the tools needed to succeed in both their personal and collegiate lives.

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LACER Afterschool Programs

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

1277 North Wilcox Avenue, Suite 2
Los Angeles, CA 90038-1435

Web Site:

www.lacerstars.org

Description:

The L.A.C.E.R. Afterschool Programs provides underserved, middle and high school students with free arts and literacy-based after-school programs including academic support, arts education and sports in a safe and caring environment.  L.A.C.E.R. fosters scholastic achievement, self-confidence and good citizenship.

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Lamp Inc.

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

526 San Pedro Street,
Los Angeles, CA – 90013

Web Site:

http://www.lampcommunity.org/

Description:

A provider of permanent supportive housing to residents facing many social challenges such as mental health, substance abuse disorder, or dual-diagnosis, their New Lease on Life Permanent Supportive Housing Program links clinical and social services for more than 350 homeless and chronically homeless adults each year.

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Latino Resource Organization, Inc.

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Asset Building

Address:

610 California Avenue
Venice, CA 90291-3440

Web Site:

www.latinoresource.org

Description:

Latino Resource Organization, Inc. is a West-side nonprofit organization dedicated to provide a continuum of core services designed to assist very-low, and low-income families successfully attain socio-economic resources and youth services that aim to increase academic achievement.

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LIFT, Inc.

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Asset Building

Address:

1910 Magnolia Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90007

Web Site:

http://www.liftcommunities.org/los-angeles

Description:

LIFT’s mission is to help community members achieve economic stability and well-being. We are working to establish a new standard for holistic and enduring solutions in our country’s fight against poverty.

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Livingston Cathedral of Worship

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

37721 100th Street E,
Littlerock, CA 93543-1334

Web Site:

livingstonecathedral.org

Description:

Livingstone Cathedral of Worship (LSCOW), PEN OR PENCIL an affiliate of the National Alliance of Faith and Justice Writing A New History, assisting in raising academic achievement through mentoring, tutoring, and various academic programs with a membership size of 3,000 touching over 2,000 children.

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Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Workforce Development

Address:

464 Lucas Ave., Suite 202,
Los Angeles, CA – 90017

Web Site:

http://www.laane.org/

Description:

Programs aim to create and upgrade jobs in major industries including waste and recycling, construction, tourism, and energy efficiency and to increase access to and training for those jobs for low-income people, and ensure that the jobs pay family-supporting wages and provide full affordable health benefits.   The program promotes job creation and pathways to middle class careers for low-income individuals, we connect unemployed and disadvantaged people to training programs leading to new careers.

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Los Angeles Education Partnership

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing

Address:

1055 West 7th Street, Suite 700
Los Angeles, CA 90017-2586

Web Site:

www.laep.org

Description:

Los Angeles Education Partnership is a nonprofit organization that collaborates to improve schools in high poverty areas of Los Angeles. LAEP’s school-transformation strategy links high-quality instruction with community-school support services and early childhood education to produce college- and career-ready graduates.

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Los Angeles Urban League

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing, Financial Stability - Asset Building

Address:

3450 Mount Vernon Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90008
Los Angeles, CA – 90008

Web Site:

http://www.laul.org/

Description:

Works to produce economic self-reliance in South LA communities. Its Financial Connections workshops teach prospective entrepreneurs and job seekers to successfully manage credit and debt, accumulate wealth, and ultimately achieve their financial goals. Participants are also provided follow-up case management and tax preparation assistance.

The mission of the Los Angeles Urban League is to enable African Americans and other minorities to secure economic self-reliance, parity, power and civil rights through advocacy activities and the provision of programs and services in our uniquely diversified city and region. The N@W Crenshaw Pre-K12 Collaborative will work across the family of schools in Crenshaw High School feeder pattern to take a more intentional and active role in educating parents and students on how to utilize the LAUSD School Report Card.

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Mental Health America of Los Angeles County (Clifford Beers)

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Workforce Development, Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

100 W. Broadway, Suite 5010, Long Beach, CA 90802
Long Beach, CA – 90802

Web Site:

http://www.mhala.org/

Description:

A homeless services provider of the “hardest to house” homeless individuals with serious mental illness; emphsizing those who are chronically and vulnerably homeless and immediate placement into permanent supportive housing

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Mercy Housing (New Directions)

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

1500 S. Grand Avenue, Suite 100
Los Angeles, CA 90015

Web Site:

http://www.mercyhousing.org/california

Description:

Information on this partner will be added soon.

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Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF)

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Asset Building

Address:

401 N GARFIELD AVE, MONTEBELLO, CA 90640-2901
Montebello, CA – 90640-2901

Web Site:

http://www.maof.org/

Description:

Works to improve the socio-economic condition and financial capability of the Latino community. MAOF offers financial assessment, training, and a personalized plan to building wealth. It provides financial workshops for youth as well as certified tax preparation and a special savings account with 15-19% APR.

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Mind Research Institute

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

3631 S HARBOR BLVD STE 200, Santa Ana, CA 92704
Santa Ana, CA – 92704

Web Site:

http://www.mindresearch.net/

Description:

The MIND Research Institute enables elementary and secondary students to reach their full academic and career potential through developing and deploying math instructional software and systems. MIND will provide struggling middle school students with the foundation in mathematics needed to succeed in high school and pursue postsecondary education.

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New Directions Inc.

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

11303 Wilshire Blvd., Bldg 116,
Los Angeles, CA – 90073-1003

Web Site:

http://www.ndvets.org/

Description:

A housing and service provider dedicated to assisting homeless veterans, many of whom face co-occurring disorders; substance abuse; mental illness; post-traumatic stress disorder; and chronic medical conditions.

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OPCC

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

1453 16th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404
Santa Monica, CA – 90404

Web Site:

http://www.opcc.org/

Description:

A permanent housing placement provider who projects to place 100 chronically homeless individuals into scattered site housing, including reunification with family members, to end their homelessness.

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Our Place Housing Solutions

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

16429 Bellflower Blvd.,
Bellflower CA 90706-5414

Web Site:

http://www.ourplacehousingsolutions.org/

Description:

Our Place Housing Solutions provides homeless outreach, resource connection, housing placement, and case management for chronically homeless individuals in the cities of Bellflower, Norwalk, Downey, Cerritos, Artesia, Compton, Paramount, and Lynwood.

 

 

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P. F. Bresee Foundation

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Asset Building

Address:

184 Bimini Place
Los Angeles, CA 90004-5903

Web Site:

Description:

The Bresee Foundation provides comprehensive afterschool programs and family services that equip young people to pursue their education, achieve their full potential, and serve others.  Program elements include Academics, Career-readiness, STEM, Arts, Athletics, Service, Gang Prevention, and Family Services.

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Pacific Asian Consortium In Employment (PACE)

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Asset Building

Address:

1055 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1475, Los Angeles, CA 90017
Los Angeles, CA – 90017

Web Site:

http://www.pacela.org/

Description:

Helps low-income, ethnic minorities achieve economic self-sufficiency. PACE offers financial education and coaching that is tailored to fit the needs of entrepreneurs, job seekers, homeless families, and parents saving for college. Follow-up credit counseling, matched savings accounts, and free tax assistance are also available.

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Parent Institute for Quality Education, Inc

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing

Address:

3370 San Fernando Road, Suite 105, Los Angeles, CA 90065
Los Angeles, CA – 90065

Web Site:

http://www.piqe.org/

Description:

PIQE creates partnerships between parents, students and educators to further students’ academic success. Their project goal is to actively engage 1,000 low-income ethnically diverse parents of K- 6 thru 10th grade youth in their education, which will increase the academic performance of approximately 3,000 at risk students from 12 to 14 middle and high schools.

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Parent Organization Network

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing

Address:

1145 Wilshire Blvd., 2nd Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90017
Los Angeles, CA – 90017

Web Site:

http://www.apalc.org/

Description:

The Parent Organization Network (PON), is a collaborative of 20 diverse parent organizations in Los Angeles County. PON’s goal is to harness the collective strength of parent organizations to advance authentic parent engagement that promotes educational access and high quality education for all youth in the County. They plan to debut and implement a toolkit for parents on how to advocate for effective parent engagement on campuses.

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Partnership For Los Angeles Schools

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing

Address:

1541 Wilshire Blvd. STE 200
Los Angeles, CA – 90017-2294

Web Site:

http://www.partnershipla.org/

Description:

The Partnership for Los Angeles Schools is a unique collaboration between the City of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Unified School District to turnaround LA’s lowest performing schools and to create a model for doing so district wide. Today it is one of the largest public school turnaround projects in the nation, serving more than 19,000 students across 22 schools in some of the city’s poorest communities. PLAS seeks to empower parents to understand their rights, roles and responsibilities and provide them with the tools to advocate for their child’s educational needs through the Parent College.

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PATH

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

340 North Madison Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles, CA – 90004

Web Site:

http://www.epath.org/

Description:

A comprehensive housing provider who implements programs specifically designed to serve homeless individuals and families throughout Los Angeles County who are currently residing on the streets, in their cars, or in local emergency and transitional shelters.

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PATH Ventures

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

340 N. Madison Ave., LOS ANGELES, CA 90004
Los Angeles, CA – 90004

Web Site:

http://www.pathventures.org/

Description:

Permanent Supportive Housing Program is designed to address homelessness in the greater Los Angeles area through the development and operation of affordable permanent supportive housing.

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Playa Vista Job Opportunities And Business Services

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Workforce Development

Address:

4112 S Main Street, LOS ANGELES, CA 90037
Los Angeles, CA – 90037

Web Site:

http://www.pvjobs.org/

Description:

PVJOBS’ Day Reporting Center Subsidized Employment partners with the Los Angeles County Probation Department to provide at-risk youth with career-track in construction building trades and offers subsidized wage incentives to employers who hire graduates of the DRC program.

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Project GRAD Los Angeles

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

10625 Erwin Street, North Hollywood, CA 91606
North Hollywood, CA – 91606

Web Site:

http://www.projectgradla.org/

Description:

Working with 14,000 students and their parents in a feeder-pattern of K-12 public schools, Project GRAD provides academic enrichment, parent engagement, college access, and college readiness programs that increase college attendance and preparedness for first generation college-goers. At the middle school level, Project GRAD’s efforts seek to increase math and ELA proficiency, improve academic study skills, and set high aspirations by fostering college awareness.

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Proyecto Pastoral

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing

Address:

135 North Mission Road
Los Angeles, CA 90033-2101

Web Site:

www.proyectopastoral.org

Description:

Promesa Boyle Heights is a collaboration of residents, students, educators and community organizations working together to build a community of opportunity for children and families. Through a grassroots governance structure, Promesa is implementing a cradle to career model to transform local schools and strengthen community stability.

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Public Counsel

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing, Housing Stability - Systems Change

Address:

610 South Ardmore Avenue,
Los Angeles, CA 90005-2322

Web Site:

www.publiccounsel.org

Description:

Public Counsel is the nation’s largest public interest law firm specializing in delivering pro bono legal services to low-income communities. They will  work with parents, students, and community organizations to monitor and ensure successful implementation of the Reed settlement in LAUSD.  The Reed settlement protects LAUSD’s 45 highest need schools from disproportionate teacher lay-offs.

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PUENTE Learning Center

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Workforce Development

Address:

501 S Boyle Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90033-3816

Web Site:

www.puente.org

Description:

PUENTE’s tuition-free educational programs serve 3,000 individuals annually, including Preschool Readiness, Charter Kindergarten, After School Enrichment, High School Tutorial, English/Spanish as a Second Language, Adult High School Diploma, Computer Repair/A+ Certification Preparation, Job Training, Veterans Job Training, and employment services.

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Roy W. Roberts, II Watts/Willowbrook Boys & Girls Club

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

1339 East 120th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90059
Los Angeles, CA – 90059

Web Site:

http://www.wwbgc.org/

Description:

Roy W. Roberts, II Watts/Willowbrook Boys & Girls Club endeavor to assure and enhance the quality of life for boys and girls as participating members of a richly diverse society. This program will increase performance of low performing students (at-risk youth) by analyzing risk factors, identifying academic deficiencies, and developing individualized learning plans.

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San Fernando Valley CMHC

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

16360 Roscoe Blvd., Suite 200
Van Nuys, CA 91406

Web Site:

http://www.sfvcmhc.org/

Description:

A comprehensive mental health provider, homeless individuals will fast-track into permanent supportive housing within 90 days (or less) of intake using a “housing first” model of care that incorporates mental health stabilization, short-term transitional housing, basic needs assistance and independent living skills training.

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Santa Clarita Community Development Center DBA Bridge to Home

Focus Area:

Housing Stability- Rapid Rehousing

Address:

P. O. Box 802978
Santa Clarita, CA 91380

Web Site:

www.btohome.com

Description:

Bridge to Home offers low income and homeless clients in the Santa Clarita Valley a safe warm and welcoming shelter during the winter months; free dental care; case management and homeless prevention services, and medical screening and navigation to services year round. During the winter months, Bridge to Home also provides safe, warm, and welcoming shelter to homeless people in the San Fernando Valley.

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Search To Involve Pilipino Americans (SIPA)

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Asset Building

Address:

3200 W TEMPLE ST, LOS ANGELES, CA
Los Angeles, CA – 90026-4522

Web Site:

http://www.esipa.org/

Description:

Helps Filipino-Americans and residents of the Historic Filipinotown area improve quality of life. SIPA’s Money Smart program provides financial education, regular financial consultations, and the ability to sign up for a special Save-Up account (18% APR). Program graduates may also participate in SIPA’s Entrepreneurial Training Program and receive homeownership counseling services.

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SGV Consortium on Homelessness

Focus Area:

Housing Stability - Systems Change

Address:

1760 W Cameron Avenue, Suite 103
West Covina, CA 91790-2739

Web Site:

www.sgvc.org

Description:

San Gabriel Valley Consortium on Homelessness is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization leading the effort to end homelessness in the San Gabriel Valley by facilitating partnerships, educating the community and member agencies, and advocating for appropriate housing and services.

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Shelter Partnership

Focus Area:

Housing Stability - Systems Change

Address:

523 West Sixth Street, Suite 616, Los Angeles, CA 90014
Los Angeles, CA – 90014

Web Site:

http://www.shelterpartnership.org/

Description:

A research and technical assistance firm that 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 L.A. County.

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Shields for Families

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Asset Building

Address:

11601 S. Western Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90047

Web Site:

www.shieldsforfamilies.org

Description:

SHIELDS creates pathways out of poverty for adults living in South Central Los Angeles through its certified training programs including but not limited to construction, janitorial, and fiber optics. Successful completion of the training will result in an industry-recognized certification.

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Single Room Occupancy Housing Corp.

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

1055 W. 7th Street, Suite 3250
Los Angeles, CA 90017

Web Site:

http://www.srohousing.org/

Description:

SRO Housing Corporation was founded in 1984. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to building a vibrant community for homeless and very low-income individuals in Skid Row. We pursue our mission of community revitalization by providing clean, safe, and affordable housing; managing public spaces; and administering needed supportive services.

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Skid Row Housing Trust

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

1317 E. 7th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90021

Web Site:

http://www.skidrow.org/

Description:

A permanent supportive housing provider in the Downtown area of Los Angeles that seeks to expand its capacity to streamline the housing placement process for chronically homeless individuals at high risk of dying on the streets without immediate housing and service interventions.

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South Antelope Valley Education Foundation

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing

Address:

39139 10TH Street E, Palmdale, CA 93550
Palmdale, CA – 93550

Web Site:

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Description:

South Antelope Valley Education Foundation’s mission is to promote the educational and personal growth of our children through financial support and community involvement. This project will provide a stabilized structure to support and sustain effective and meaningful family-school-community partnerships at the middle schools of the four Antelope Valley partnering School Districts.

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South Bay Center for Counseling (SBCC)

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Workforce Development

Address:

360 Sepulveda Blvd., El Segundo, CA 90245

Web Site:

http://www.sbaycenter.com/

Description:

SBCC provides training programs leading to career pathways in the oil refinery industry, teaching career, film/video editing and production, and design/arts entrepreneurship.  Programs prepare low-income youth and adults with multiple barriers to employment for living wage jobs in their community. All pathway programs include basic literacy, mathematics, employability, and life skills building, along with career advising and mentoring.

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South Central Health and Rehab.

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

2610 Industry Way, #A
Lynwood, CA 90262

Web Site:

http://www.scharpla.us/

Description:

Information on this partner will be added soon.

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St. Joseph's Center

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

204 Hampton Drive, Venice, CA 90291
Venice, CA – 90291

Web Site:

http://www.stjosephctr.org/

Description:

The Venice Chronic Homeless Intervention Project helps chronically homeless, highly vulnerable individuals secure and maintain permanent housing through the provision of comprehensive case management, integrated supportive services and rental subsidies.

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Step Up On Second

Focus Area:

Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

1328 Second Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401
Santa Monica, CA – 90401

Web Site:

http://www.stepuponsecond.org/

Description:

A comprehensive developer of permanent supportive housing that build, manages, and services its own developments, this provider has assisted individuals who are homeless and affected by mental illness in transitioning to housing and stability.

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The Chrysalis Center

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Workforce Development

Address:

522 S Main Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013-1422

Web Site:

www.changelives.org

Description:

Chrysalis creates a pathway to self-sufficiency for homeless and low-income individuals by providing the resources and support needed to find and retain employment. Chrysalis’ program develops long-term transferable skills and provides transitional work experience as the foundation for achieving long-term self-sufficiency. Through one-on-one case management, Chrysalis addresses barriers to employment such as transportation, clothing, emergency food, access to technology, a mailing address and phone message center, so that clients can conduct a self-directed job search.

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The Salvation Army, a California corporation

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

180 E. Ocean Blvd., Ste. 500
Long Beach, CA 90802

Web Site:

www.salvationarmy-socal.org

Description:

The Salvation Army’s Glendale Zone Academy is an academically oriented after-school program serving over 60 middle school students annually, primarily from the  neighboring Roosevelt Middle School. The Zone’s programs engage low-income, at-risk middle school children in structured, web-based English language programming on a daily basis, supplemented by tutoring and homework assistance in all subjects, I know it is pass the deadline below, but please update our information on your website per the information provided above. towards the goal of improving academic aptitude.  

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THINK Together

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

12070 Telegraph Road, Suite 107,
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670

Web Site:

http://www.thinktogether.org/

Description:

The mission of THINK Together is to provide high quality academically-oriented out-of-school programs for students regardless of race, creed, or socioeconomic status.They will serve students at eight public middle schools in Los Angeles County with extended learning opportunities for 20 hours per week for 36 weeks.

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UAW-Labor Employment And Training Corporation

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Workforce Development

Address:

11010 Artesia Blvd, Cerritos, CA 90703

Web Site:

http://www.selacwsc.com/

Description:

The UAW Labor Employment and Training Corporation (UAW-LETC), operator of the Southeast LA-Crenshaw (SELAC) WorkSource Center. This program is linked with partners such as the Los Angeles Technical College (LATTC) to provide training and offers diverse career pathways in the Green Transportation industry.  The focus of the career path training is in automotive maintenance with an introduction to green technology and leading into Advanced Training for Certified Automotive Mechanics.

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UNITE-LA

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - Parent, Teacher, Student Organizing

Address:

350 S Bixel Street, Suite 160
Los Angeles, CA 90017-1418

Web Site:

www.unitela.com

Description:

Information on this partner is coming soon.

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United Homeless Healthcare Partners

Focus Area:

Housing Stability - Systems Change

Address:

2330 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90057

Web Site:

http://www.uhhpla.org/

Description:

The leader of a network of 120+ Los Angeles County organizations that include homeless service providers and advocates that convene to identify and advocate for policies that will significantly reduce homelessness in the region in alignment with Home For Good.

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United States Veterans Initiative

Focus Area:

Housing Stability- Rapid Rehousing

Address:

800 W 6TH ST STE 1505, LOS ANGELES, CA 90017-2742
Los Angeles, CA – 90017-2742

Web Site:

http://www.usvetsinc.org/

Description:

A leader in the field of service delivery to Veterans and in partnership with Beyond Shelter and the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, will rapidly re-house homeless veterans into permanent housing.

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Upward Bound House

Focus Area:

Housing Stability- Rapid Rehousing

Address:

1104 WASHINGTON AVE, SANTA MONICA, CA 90403-4119
Santa Monica, CA – 90403-4119

Web Site:

http://www.upwardboundhouse.org/

Description:

A provider of emergency housing for families with minor children serving the Westside of Los Angeles who will assist these households rapidly secure permanent housing with supportive services.

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Variety Boys & Girls Club

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

2530 Cincinnati Street, Los Angeles, CA 90033
Los Angeles, CA – 90033

Web Site:

http://www.vbgc.org/

Description:

Variety Boys and Girls Club has a 50-year tradition of providing worthwhile and meaningful activities and programs to the children and youth of the community. Their goal  is to increase the high school graduation rate and making sure that every graduate is college and career ready.

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Volunteers of America of Los Angeles

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Workforce Development

Address:

3600 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1500, Los Angeles, CA 90010
Los Angeles, CA – 90010

Web Site:

http://www.voala.org/

Description:

Volunteers of America of Los Angeles (VOA) provides job training and placement service for multiple special population including veterans, emancipated female foster youth, dual diagnosis homeless, former inmates, and homeless suffering from drug and alcohol abuse. VOA uses extensive case management to help people select career paths and make it through the training program such as security, drivers and building maintenance.

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Watts Labor Community Action Committee

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time, Home For Good - Permanent Supportive Housing

Address:

10950 South Central Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90059
Los Angeles, CA – 90059

Web Site:

http://www.wlcac.org/

Description:

The WLCAC mission is to improve the quality of life for the residents of Watts and neighboring communities.  The Inner Circle Youth after school program will serve middle school students from Skirball Middle School with academic tutoring, homework assistance and arts enrichment education.

Operator of a Regional Homeless Access Center that serves more than 3,600 individuals and families who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness with basic needs, motel vouchers, transportation, and permanent housing search assistance.

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Weingart Center Association

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Workforce Development

Address:

566 South San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013
Los Angeles, CA – 90013

Web Site:

http://www.weingart.org/

Description:

A holistic provider of homeless services who gives homeless men and women the skills, tools, resources and hope they need to break the cycle of homelessness and lead self-sufficient lives.

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Western Center on Law and Poverty

Focus Area:

Housing Stability - Systems Change

Address:

3701 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 208, Los Angeles, CA 90010
Los Angeles, CA – 90010

Web Site:

http://www.wclp.org/

Description:

A public law firm that advocates for secure housing, healthcare and a strong safety net for low income residents which will apply its legal analysis to assess barriers to the creation of permanent supportive housing and assist in identifying additional service funding.

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Women In Non Traditional Employment Roles, Inc. (WINTER)

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Workforce Development

Address:

3655 S. Grand Avenue, Suite 210, Los Angeles, CA 90007
Los Angeles, CA – 90007

Web Site:

http://www.winterwomen.org/

Description:

“WINTERGreen Careers for Women” job training program is a workforce diversity initiative that targets women from poverty-impacted communities in the Los Angeles area and transitions them from poverty to employment in the high-wage/high growth fields of green building, construction and technology fields.

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Woodcraft Rangers

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

1625 W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 800, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Los Angeles, CA – 90015

Web Site:

http://www.woodcraftrangers.org/

Description:

Woodcraft Rangers is guiding young people as they explore pathways to purposeful lives. They will offer academic support in English/Language Arts (ELA) and Math through afterschool learning opportunities at 9 middle schools in high-need communities in Los Angeles County.

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Workforce Development Corporation Southeast Los Angeles County Inc

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Workforce Development

Address:

10900 183RD ST STE 350, CERRITOS, CA 90703-5344
Cerritos, CA – 90703-5344

Web Site:

http://www.selaco.com/

Description:

SELACO’s Healthcare Occupations Training (HOT) Project provides workforce development services to low-income job seekers. Key project services include job skills training for positions at various stages of the healthcare/nursing career pathway, employment readiness training, placement assistance, and job retention supports.

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YMCA of Greater Long Beach • Community Development

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

525 E. 7th St., Long Beach, CA 90813
Long Beach, CA – 90813

Web Site:

http://www.lbymcayi.org/

Description:

YMCA of Greater Long Beach builds strong kids, strong families and strong communities and contributes powerfully to the life in Long Beach and partner cities they serve.The program prepares students to embark upon the pathways to college and careers through an intensive year-round, technology-based program that enhances academic and life skills, provides viable career skills, and builds positive relationships.

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Young Womens Christian Association of Greater Los Angeles

Focus Area:

Financial Stability - Workforce Development

Address:

1020 S Olive Street, 7th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90015-1602

Web Site:

www.ywcagla.org

Description:

Founded in 1893, the YWCA Greater Los Angeles addresses the emerging and ongoing needs of the greater Los Angeles area. As a women’s membership movement built on the mission of eliminating racism and empowering women, the organization celebrates more than 118 years of community service, the YWCA Greater Los Angeles core initiatives include: Child Development, Youth Development, Advocacy, Workforce Development and Housing, Senior Programs, and Sexual Assault Crisis Services. As a YWCA, we advocate for justice and dignity for all people. YWCA GLA is pioneering a model of community centers and housing – co-created with diverse stakeholders – to transform lives, build self-reliance and, ultimately, strengthen communities.

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Youth Policy Institute (YPI)

Focus Area:

Educational Achievement - After School/Extended Learning Time

Address:

634 S. Spring Street, Suite 818, Los Angeles, CA 90014
Los Angeles, CA – 90014

Web Site:

http://www.ypiusa.org/

Description:

Youth Policy Institute Future Scholars work with the Los Angeles Unified School District and three traditional public schools in Pacoima and Hollywood to target 300 at-risk students. Together, they provide extended learning opportunities, including tutoring, enrichment, and project-based learning to boost academic achievement, help them succeed in high school and prepare for college.

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YWCA San Gabriel Valley

Focus Area:

Housing Stability- Rapid Rehousing

Address:

943 N Grand Avenue, Covina, CA 91724
Covina, CA – 91724

Web Site:

http://www.ywcasgv.org/

Description:

This organization is an emergency and transitional housing provider for survivors of domestic violence in the San Gabriel Valley. They have a strong focus on rapid rehousing with case management, stabilization and other support services.

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