Housing Resource Center (Low Income, Section 8)

City Of Santa Fe Springs – Gus Velasco Neighborhood Center

The agency provides emergency food, holiday assistance, legal services and services for older adults and for Santa Fe Springs residents.

Naacp Los Angeles

The organization provides community action services and employment services for people throughout the greater Los Angeles area.

Salvation Army Corps Community Center – Burbank

This agency provides counseling services, emergency food, holiday assistance, recreational programs and utility bill assistance for families, couples, and individuals who live in Burbank, North Hollywood, Sun Valley, Sunland and Tujunga.

Los Angeles City College – Calworks Office

The college provides business services, post-secondary education, welfare-to-work and WIA programs for people in the Los Angeles County.

Blinded Veterans Association

The organization provides services to promote the welfare of blind veterans, nationwide.

Jewish Vocational Service Of Los Angeles

The agency provides business services, education and employment services, and WIA Programs for Los Angeles County residents age 16 and older.

Compton Welfare Rights

This agency provides advocacy, emergency food, holiday assistance and personal goods for residents of Compton, including people who are undocumented or homeless.

Salvation Army Corps Community Center – Whittier

The agency provides emergency food, holiday assistance, personal goods, recreational programs and utility bill assistance for people who live in Whittier and the surrounding cities of Baldwin Park, City of Industy, Hacienda Heights, La Habra Heights, La Puente, Rowland Heights and South El Monte.

Catholic Charities Of Los Angeles – Loaves And Fishes Ii

This program provides emergency food, personal goods and volunteer opportunities.

California State Department Of Community Services And Development – Heap Program – Pace

The program provides financial assistance to low-income households in Los Angeles County.

El Camino Community College District – Student Services Center – Calworks Office

The community college provides post-secondary education and vocational courses for residents of Compton, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Inglewood, El Segundo, Lawndale, Lennox, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, and Torrance.

Salvation Army Haven Program – Bldg. 212

The agency provides employment services, housing services, residential treatment for substance abuse, and shelter for homeless veterans in Los Angeles County.

Arcadia Welfare And Thrift Shop

The agency provides emergency food, financial assistance, household goods, motel vouchers, personal goods and thrift shops for people in Arcadia, including people who are homeless.

Catholic Charities Of Los Angeles – Brownson House

This agency provides emergency food, holiday assistance, motel vouchers and utility bill assistance.

Beyond Shelter

The agency provides family life education, housing services and information and referral for homeless and low-income families and at-risk families with children.

West Los Angeles College

The college provides employment services and post-secondary education for people in the Los Angeles Community College District.

California State Department Of Community Services And Development – Heap Program – Maravilla Foundation

The program provides financial assistance to low-income households in Los Angeles County.

Arcadia Child Health Council

The council provides financial assistance for children who reside in Arcadia or attend Arcadia schools who would otherwise be unable to have treatment.

American Red Cross – Antelope Valley Chapter

The agency provides adult education, disaster services, donor services, first aid and safety programs, medical equipment and supplies, services to military personnel and volunteer opportunities for people of all ages in Los Angeles.

Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services

The agency provides counseling services; financial assistance for utility bills for Culver City residents for children, families and adults; mental health services; services for older adults; residential mental health services; residential treatment for substance abuse; substance abuse services; and welfare-to-work support services for people of all ages in Los Angeles County.

Salvation Army Corps Community Center – Lancaster

This agency provides emergency food, holiday assistance and utility bill assistance for people who live in the Antelope Valley.

California State Treasurer – Los Angeles Office

The agency provides financial assistance and political services for people living in Los Angeles County and throughout the State of California.

California State Department Of Community Services And Development – Heap Program – Long Beach Community Action Partnership

The program provides financial assistance to low-income households in Los Angeles County.

City Of Los Angeles Housing Department

The agency provides housing services for residents of the City of Los Angeles.

City Of Pasadena Department Of Housing

The department provides housing services for low-come residents of the City of Pasadena and WIA programs for adolescents age 14 to 21, adults and dislocated workers who live in Arcadia, Duarte, Monrovia, Pasadena, Sierra Madre and South Pasadena.

American Red Cross – Glendale – Crescenta Valley Chapter

The agency provides adult education, disaster services, donor services, first aid and safety programs, medical equipment and supplies, services to military personnel and volunteer opportunities for people of all ages in Los Angeles.

American Red Cross – Rio Hondo Chapter

The agency provides disaster services, donor services, health education, services to military personnel and volunteer opportunities for people of all ages in Los Angeles County.

City Of Culver City

This government office for the city of Culver City provides government services and housing services to individuals living in Culver City.

Catholic Charities – Pomona Community Services

The agency provides shelter and utility bill assistance for low income people who live in the Pomona Valley, including people who receive public assistance and people who are undocumented.