Mark Taper Foundation Center

Families Learning To Interact Positively (FLIP)

Claude Hudson Comprehensive Health Center

Boys and Girls Clubs

Community Development Institute – Head Start

Children’s Institute International

Loving Your Disabled Children

LA County Office of Education McKinney – Vento Homeless Assistance

United Voices of Youth Academic/Life Skills

Say Yes

Community Youth Sports & Arts Foundation

Los Angeles Child Guidance

4401 Crenshw Blvd.

Liberators Liberators, Inc. – Parenting Empowerment

Academic Support / Tutoring

Behavioral Health Services, Inc.

Juvenile Justice Crime Prevention

Charles Drew Child Development Corp.

Boys and Girls Clubs

California Youth Crisis Line

Convenant House – Crisis Hotline

People Who Care Youth Program

Crystal Stairs, Inc. Childcare Referrals

St. Lawrence Church

Lanterman High School

Child Support Field Office – Interstate Division

Administers, Collects, Enforces And Distributes Child Support Payments.

Teen Line

The program provides counseling services for adolescents in Los Angeles County and throughout California.

Loving Your Disabled Child

The agency provides support for parents of children with disabilities who live in Los Angeles County.

Los Angeles County Child Support Services Department – Division Vi – Antelope Valley

The Department provides legal services for parents who are seeking to establish parentage, child support and medical support orders.

Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic – Leimert Park Site

The clinic provides mental health services for youth and young adults and welfare-to-work support services for the families of TANF recipients from two locations.

Los Angeles County Child Support Services Department – Division I – Encino

The Department provides legal services for parents who are seeking to establish parentage, child support and medical support orders.

Counseling4Kids – Torrance Office

The agency provides family life education for parents of children, ages 2 1/2 to 7, with behavioral problems and mental health services for foster children, ages 3 through 18, who suffer from symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and other forms of anxiety related to being abused or witnessing domestic violence in the home.