Ascencia provides a range of social services (street outreach, comprehensive case management services, and on-site mental health care) and housing to move homeless families and individuals off the streets and into their own homes in Glendale, Burbank, West Hollywood and the surrounding communities of Los Angeles. Ascencia employs a “whatever it takes” approach to move families and individuals from homelessness to stability in permanent housing.
For more information visit: https://www.ascenciaca.org/
For more information visit: https://nurturingchange.org/
The h3 Project provides daily street outreach to individuals of all ages experiencing homelessness and/or human trafficking in Washington, DC. The dedicated team works to provide resources and referrals to relevant programs/meals, while also helping individuals obtain vital documents, Food Stamps and Medcaid benefits- all with the ultimate goal of getting each individual housed. The h3 Project embraces a creative approach in customizing individual roadmaps to empower each individual in shaping his/her own personal journey.
For more information visit: https://h3projectdc.org/
Love to NIC provides shoes, socks, winter gloves & hats to those experiencing homeless. They travel to a new city every year and hand out these necessities to those-in-need on the street. Love to NIC also provides these items to our veterans-in-need at the local VA’s Stand Down event. In addition, the organization provides monthly meals for those experiencing homelessness in Winchester, VA. Love to NIC was created in memory of the founder's son, Nic, who suffered from mental illness.
Mercy House provides housing and comprehensive supportive services for a variety of homeless populations which includes families, adult men and women, mothers and their children, persons living with HIV/AIDS, individuals overcoming substance addictions, and some who are physically and mentally disabled. Mercy House strives to assist its residents in the areas of economic, emotional, and spiritual well-being in order to enhance self-esteem and a sense of personal pride.
PATH is ending homelessness for individuals, families, and communities. PATH does this by building affordable housing and providing supportive services throughout California. Across the state, PATH helps people find permanent housing and provide case management, medical and mental healthcare, benefits advocacy, employment training, and other services to help them maintain their homes stably. Since 2013, PATH has connected more than 7,500 people to permanent homes.
For more information visit: https://www.epath.org/
One of Los Angeles County's largest social services agencies, The People Concern is working to end homelessness through its proven approach that focuses on housing first with wraparound services. The People Concern provides a fully integrated system of care - including outreach, housing services, mental and medical health care, substance abuse services, life skills, and wellness programs - tailored to the unique needs of homeless individuals and victims of domestic violence. Ninety-five percent of those in housing supported with wraparound retention services will never be homeless again. This innovative evidence-based model has been proven in communities throughout Los Angeles County and recognized and replicated across the country.
For more information visit: https://www.thepeopleconcern.org/
Project Joy is committed to empower, educate and encourage the most vulnerable youth and families in the Antelope Valley, California. Headquartered in Lancaster, Project Joy is a social services agency that provides employment services to those experiencing homelessness and serves children and families in homeless shelters, transitional homes, domestic violence shelters and foster care. Its vision is to spread joy to children and families through practical service.
For more information visit: http://projectjoyusa.com/
Project Ropa is a non-profit social enterprise that hires the homeless to help the homeless. Bringing vital basic necessities to the streets of Los Angeles each week to restore dignity and rekindle optimism to people experiencing homelessness and employing people transitioning out of homelessness to upcycle and paint on vintage and designer women's clothing. All of the proceeds go back into the non-profit. Since 2016, Project Ropa has directly provided clothing to over 3,900 homeless individuals, prom outfits to more than 250 teenagers and job interview outfits to over 2,400 people.
For more information visit: https://www.projectropa.org/
Union Station Homeless Services is committed to helping homeless adults and families rebuild their lives. Headquartered in Pasadena, it is San Gabriel Valley’s largest social services agency assisting homeless and very low-income adults and families. With 45 years of experience, the organization and its committed staff members are driven by the belief that every person deserves a life of dignity and a safe place to call home. Core services include street outreach/intake, shelter, housing, and employment development.
For more information visit: https://unionstationhs.org/
For 20 years, The Village Family Service’s mission has been to protect children from abuse, preserve families, and build a stronger, safer community for all. The Village accomplishes its mission through the following three major initiatives: Ending Youth Homelessness, Foster Care and Adoptions, and Integrated Behavioral Health.
For more information visit: https://www.thevillagefs.org/
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