Benefits Assistance Clients Urban Project (BACUP)

The agency provides advocacy, child care, HIV/AIDS services, holiday assistance, interpreter and translator services, personal goods, services for non-profit organizations, services for older adults, substance abuse services, and youth services in Los Angeles County.

Torres Martinez Tribal Tanf

The program provides child care, educational training and employment opportunities and other supportive services leading to self-sufficiency supported by temporary financial assistance.

Health Benefits Resource Center – St. Francis Medical Center

The agency provides benefits programs assistance to individuals in Los Angeles County.

City Of Long Beach Department Of Health And Human Services – West Facilities Center

This is the public health agency for the city of Long Beach.

Samoan Federation Of America Inc

The center provides cultural awareness, and tax assistance for people who live in Carson and surrounding communities.

United States Department Of Labor – Employee Benefits Security Administration

The agency provides regulatory services regarding pension and welfare benefits.

Filipino-American Service Group, Inc. – Community Wellness Center

The agency provides community services, health services, services for older adults and shelter to homeless adults with health and mental health issues who live in Los Angeles County area.

Homeless Outreach Program/Integrated Care System (HOPICS)

The agency provides advocacy, child care, HIV/AIDS services, holiday assistance, interpreter and translator services, personal goods, services for non-profit organizations, services for older adults, substance abuse services, and youth services in Los Angeles County.

Torres Martinez Tribal Tanf – Lancaster Office

The program provides child care, educational training and employment opportunities and other supportive services leading to self-sufficiency supported by temporary financial assistance.

Bienvenidos – Community Health Center / Woman’s Institute

The agency provides child abuse services, family support services, foster care services, health services, and substance abuse services for families throughout the San Gabriel Valley.

Children’s Institute, Inc. – Otis Booth Campus

The agency provides child abuse services, child care, family support services, foster care services, mental health services, school readiness, substance abuse services and welfare-to-work support services for people of all ages and their families in Los Angeles County.  Services are provided at multiple locations.

Chinatown Service Center

This is a health and human service organization that provides advocacy, business services, disaster services, family planning services, health insurance, health services, legal services, mental health services, utility bill assistance, and WIA programs.

Catholic Charities – Glendale Refugee Resettlement Office

The program provides immigration services and employment services for people in Los Angles County, including people who are undocumented.

Alliance For Children’S Rights

The alliance provides legal services for low-income families with children in Los Angeles County.  Age and income restrictions apply; there are no geographic restrictions.

Asian Pacific Healthcare Venture – Belmont Health Services

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

Neighborhood Legal Services Of Los Angeles County – San Gabriel Valley Regional Office – El Monte

The agency provides advocacy, domestic violence services, health services, immigration services, legal services and volunteer opportunities for low-income residents in Los Angeles County who have incomes up to 200% of the federal poverty guidelines.

Torres Martinez Tribal Tanf – Commerce Office

The program provides child care, educational training and employment opportunities and other supportive services leading to self-sufficiency supported by temporary financial assistance.

City Of Claremont Senior Services – Joslyn Senior Center

The center provides advocacy, cooling center, health services, housing services, nutrition services, and services for older adults, age 55 and older, and for people who live in the City of Claremont.

Options – A Child Care And Human Services Agency

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

Compton Welfare Rights – East Rancho Dominguez Service Center

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

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).