Lamp Community

The agency provides homeless support services and shelter for adults who have chronic mental illness and who are in Skid Row and downtown Los Angeles, including people who are undocumented or who have developmental disabilities or a dual diagnosis of mental illness and substance abuse.

City Of Long Beach Department Of Parks, Recreation And Marine – Senior Programs – Long Beach Senior Center

The agency provides advocacy, CalFresh, case management, emergency food, recreational programs, and services for older adults for adults 50 years and older who live in the greater Long Beach area.

Herald Christian Health Center

The clinic provides health services for low-income, underinsured families, primarily in the San Gabriel Valley, however, there are no geographic restrictions.

Asian Pacific American Legal Center Of Southern California

The agency provides advocacy, domestic violence services, immigration services and legal services for low-income people in Los Angeles County.

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.

North East Valley Multipurpose Center

The center provides emergency food and services for older adults age 55 and older who live in the northeast San Fernando Valley.

Mexican American Opportunity Foundation – Head Start Administration

The agency provides child care information and referral, early childhood education, education services, home improvement services, services for older adults, and WIA programs.

Inner City Law Center – Hope Row Resource Center

The center provides advocacy and legal services primarily for low-income residents in Los Angeles County.

Ocean Park Community Center – Access Center

The agency administers a variety of services including counseling, clothing, emergency food, homeless support services, shelter and volunteer opportunities for people who live in the Santa Monica and West Los Angeles areas.

San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center – Adult Field Capable Clinical Services

The center provides mental health services, residential mental health services, welfare-to-work support services and shelter for children, age 0 to 15; transitional age youth, age 16 to 25; adults, age 26 to 59; older adults over 60; and families who live in the San Fernando Valley (SPA 2).

Partners In Care Foundation – Family Care Partnership West – South Los Angeles

The agency provides family support services for caregivers, older adults and adults with disabilities who live in zip codes 90007, 90008, 90016, 90018, 90019, 90037, 90044, 90047, 90062 and 90232.

Community Legal Services

The agency provides advocacy, domestic violence services, legal services and welfare-to-work support services primarily for low-income people and adults, age 60 and older, who live in Southeast Los Angeles County.  Services are provided at three locations in Norwak and in Compton.  Some services are restricted to people who meet federal poverty-level income guidelines; geographic restrictions apply.

Disability Rights California

This is a civil rights organization that provides services for people with disabilities.

San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center – Cal Works Supportive Services

The center provides mental health services, residential mental health services, welfare-to-work support services and shelter for children, age 0 to 15; transitional age youth, age 16 to 25; adults, age 26 to 59; older adults over 60; and families who live in the San Fernando Valley (SPA 2).

Drew Calworks Alternative Payment Program – Stage 2

The agency provides child care services, family preservation, and mental health services primarily for people who live in South Central Los Angeles.

Korean Health, Education, Information And Research Center

The agency provides adult day care, advocacy, health services and services for older adults primarily for the Korean community in the Koreatown area of Los Angeles.

Boyle Heights Office – Social Security Administration

The agency administers and provides retirement benefits, disability benefits, survivors benefits, Medicare coverage, and Supplemental Security Income (SSI.

Armenian Relief Society – Hollywood Office

The organization provides advocacy, employment services and services for older adults to assist needy people in the Armenian community throughout Los Angeles and Orange County.

Options Child Care Services Division – Pasadena

The agency provides child care and family service programs for people who live in portions of the San Gabriel Valley and Northeast Los Angeles.

Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles

The agency provides advocacy, domestic violence services, housing services, immigration assistance, legal services and welfare-to-work support services for residents of metropolitan Los Angeles.  Geographic and income restrictions apply for most services.

Chinatown Teen Post

The agency provides adult education, legal services, and youth services for people of all ages in Los Angeles.

Bradley/Milken Family Source Center

The City of Los Angeles Community Development Department, FamilySource Centers, provide a wealth of services and programs for families with children. These community centers help families that need support with childcare, family needs, and other assistance to move them toward self-sufficiency, build flourishing communities and economic growth.   Services include employment services, family life education, family support services, utility bill assistance and youth services. Services are restricted to residents of the City of Los Angeles.   The system is comprised of a network of 21 community centers that deliver coordinated, outcome-driven services to city residents in areas of highest need. Each center offers a list of core services through partnerships with a diverse group of agencies.  The Centers are designed to welcome all eligible city residents and efficiently assess their needs by creating a “no wrong door” environment.

Drew Calworks Alternative Payment Program – Stage 1

The agency provides child care services, family preservation, and mental health services primarily for people who live in South Central Los Angeles.

Health And Nutrition Programs Division

The Bureau provides administrative services for the Department of Public Social Services’ health and nutrition programs, including Medi-Cal and Food Stamps.

Alhambra Office – Social Security Administration

The agency administers and provides retirement benefits, disability benefits, survivors benefits, Medicare coverage, and Supplemental Security Income (SSI.

Armenian Relief Society – Pasadena Office

The organization provides advocacy, employment services and services for older adults to assist needy people in the Armenian community throughout Los Angeles and Orange County.

Asian Pacific Health Care Venture – El Monte Rosemead Health Center

The agency provides family life education, health insurance, health services, HIV/AIDS services and youth services in Los Angeles County.

Legal Aid Foundation Of Los Angeles – Long Beach Office

The agency provides advocacy, domestic violence services, housing services, immigration assistance, legal services and welfare-to-work support services for residents of metropolitan Los Angeles.

Foothill Family Service – West Covina Office

The agency provides counseling services, domestic violence services, family life education, child abuse services, services for older adults, and welfare-to-work support services for individuals of all ages in the San Gabriel Valley area.

Southwest Family District

Business Hours At All District Offices Are Mon. – Fri. From 8 A.M. To 5 P.M. (Calworks, Food Stamps)