Homeless Shelters

Los Angeles
Homeless Shelters

Los Angeles Homeless Shelters

Watts Labor Community Action Committee - Homeless Access Center

958 E. 108th St.
Los Angeles, CA 90059
(323) 563-4721

Services

The program provides short-term shelter for homeless families with children. Children under the age of 10 years are accepted. The shelter cannot accommodate pregnant women or women who abuse alcohol or other drugs. The length of stay is 30 days, renewable to a maximum of 90 days, depending on individual circumstances. Service is restricted to former SPA 6 residents. The short-term shelter program is a dormitory style setting that accommodates 30 people. Shower facilities, dining, and recreational areas are shared; three meals are provided daily. Residents are required to do general house chores. There is a 7:00pm curfew, however, residents may work outside if working hours are verified. Intensive case management is provided so that each family is adequately prepared to become independent and self-sufficient. Residents must be willing to participate in money management classes and save a fixed percentage of their income to help them meet their future housing plans.

Eligibility

Call to apply. An appointment is required; referrals are accepted for the short-term shelter program. Referring agencies should call to verify that space is available. Clients are thoroughly screened and no family is referred directly into WLCAC's shelter. For women and their children must have already spent 30 days in their short-term shelter program.

Documents

Documentation includes: CAID or CADL and a social security card for the head of household; social security card and birth certificates for children; proof of income and verification of homelessness are required. TB test results are required for adults and children over one year of age.

Hours

Intake hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 2:30pm. Shelter space is very limited after 1:00pm; clients may be referred to shelters outside of the area, including the downtown Los Angeles and Long Beach areas. Shelters operate Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day.

Area Served

South SPA 6 (SP6)

Catholic Charities Of Los Angeles, Inc.

1531 James M Wood Blvd., P.O. Box 15095
Los Angeles, CA 90015
2132513400495

Services

Catholic Charities is committed, through collaboration with diverse communities, to providing services to the poor and vulnerable, to promoting human dignity, and to advocating for social justice.

Youth Employment Services gives paid job experience and mentorships to teens from the most depressed neighborhoods in Los Angeles. These jobs not only provide income for the teens, but also offer exposure to mainstream culture. Such exposure teaches mainstream cultural norms, work life values and essential skills that can help the teens to obtain better employment or pursue a college education. Many of these paid jobs are in the banking industry and medical field and all jobs are chosen to give participants exposure to an array of careers. Furthermore, by improving the financial health of families and pockets in the community, the financial outlook and opportunities for the entire community can be enhanced.

Lamp Community

526 San Pedro St.
Los Angeles, CA 90013
(213) 488-9559
(213) 488-0031

Services

The program provides shelter and housing for homeless, mentally ill adults in the Skid Row area of Los Angeles. Services include long-term transitional shelter and permanent supportive housing. Services are targeted to people who are chronically mentally ill, including people who are undocumented; people who have a dual diagnosis of substance abuse or who have developmental disabilities and mentally ill adults who are HIV postive may also be assisted. The program does not provide service for families or people whose primary problems are homelessness or substance abuse. The primary service area is Los Angeles' Skid Row, but there are no geographic restrictions. The Frank Rice Access Center provides 35 Winter Shelter beds, which runs from December 1 through March 15. Bedding is provided for the single people who participate in the program. Homeless support services are also offered to people who stay at the shelter, including case management and benefits advocacy. The Village transitional shelter program has 70 beds; 58 for men and 12 for women. The sleeping areas are divided into cubicles which contain a bed and closet. The length of stay is up to 90 days, but varies with each individual and is determined on a case-by-case basis. All clients are asked to participate in the program's life skills workshops which help individuals cope with problems and teaches life-management skills. Additional services such as benefits advocacy, case management, health screening, homeless support services, mental health services, recovery services and recreational activities are offered. The program provides a HIV/AIDS outreach program for clients diagnosed as chronically mentally ill who are HIV positive. Subsidized jobs or full-time employment may be available through the LAMP industries program which includes three agency-operated businesses. The agency also administers the Lamp Lodge, an independent living apartment complex with in-house supportive services, for people 18 years and older who have chronic mental illness. People cannot apply directly to Lamp Lodge but must have participated in other aspects of Lamp programs to be eligible. The apartment complex has 50 units. Efficiency rooms with a kitchenette and bathroom are available for single people; one bedroom apartments with kitchens and bathrooms are available for individuals. The complex is located at 660 S. Stanford Ave. in Los Angeles. The agency also provides housing search assistance to homeless individuals and formerly homeless individuals through relationships with various housing providers.

Eligibility

Walk in or telephone for information and to complete an intake for services at the Lamp Community - Frank Rice Access Center site. There is usually a waiting list for overnight shelter and housing programs. People must be known to staff and have participated in other Lamp services to be eligible for Lamp Lodge; eligible people apply through Lamp.

Hours

Monday through Sunday, 8:00am to 5:00pm.

Area Served

Countywide - All Zips

Emk Community Development Corporation

428 W Fairview Blvd
Inglewood, CA 90302
(323) 495-3056

Services

Homelessness and Hunger are two of their nation’s most serious problems. In an effort to address this epidemic they are dedicated to assisting in breaking down barriers by housing, educating and feeding homeless families, low income individuals, veterans, and pregnant teens in a safe, caring and comfortable environment. They also provide quality resources, services and referrals for permanent housing. Their vision is to enhance the lives of local families and individuals by implementing programs that will equip their clients with the required tools needed for success.  

Providing housing for homeless families, veterans, low income, emancipated adults, pregnant teensProgram:"Meals to Fill" Food Pantry & DistributionBudget: $10,000Category: Food, Agriculture & NutritionPopulation Served: Homeless Program Description: Providing a food pantry for their families and individuals. Distributing food once a week in their community.

More Than Shelter Fund Inc

1000 Corporate Pointe
Culver City, CA 90230
(310) 642-2072

Services

To continue to support and expand the much needed More Than Shelter services started by Century Housing, including transitional housing for homeless veterans and families, construction job training and placement for community residents, academic tutoring for at-risk youth, and charter schools.

More Than Shelter services include After-School Tutoring Programs, Job Training and Placement, Transitional Housing for Homeless Veterans, and Charter Schools.

Catholic Charities Of Los Angeles - St. Mary's Center

4665 Willow Brook Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90029
(323) 662-4392
(323) 662-4391

Services

The agency provides housing assistance when funds are available. Services include a motel voucher program and rent payment assistance. Services are restricted to the agency service area: 90004, 90005, 90006, 90007, 90012, 90014, 90015, 90017, 90020, 90026, 90027, 90028, 90029, 90031, 90036, 90039, 90040, 90041, 90042, 90046, 90048, 90063, 90065, 90069, 90071. Services are not always available.

Eligibility

Call first to determine availability of funds. An intake appointment is required.

Documents

Documentation for rent assistance includes picture ID, proof of income and proof of residence and documentation of rental amount.

Hours

Monday, Wednesday through Friday, 10:00am to 12:00pm; 1:00pm to 3:00pm.

Area Served

90004, 90005, 90006, 90007, 90012, 90014, 90015, 90017, 90020, 90026, 90027, 90028, 90029, 90031, 90036, 90039, 90040, 90041, 90042, 90046, 90048, 90063, 90065, 90069, 90071

Unity Of Life Foundation

P.O. Box 5952
Long Beach, CA 90805
(562) 225-0566

Services

To eliminate and prevent homelessness through family preservation and the unification of their communites.

Supported by local businessness and people in the community. CommUnity Cares provides assistance with rent/mortgage, food, clothes, utility bills and other resources to low-moderate income individuals and families.

Covenant House California

1325 N Western Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90027
3234613131280

Services

Covenant House California (CHC) is a non-profit agency whose mission is to reach out to at-risk homeless youth living on the streets and offer them hope and opportunities to turn their lives around. They help abused or neglected youth who have nowhere else to go. A large number have been thrown out of their homes while others have aged out or left the foster care system with no family, no support, and no one to turn to. Since 1988, CHC has impacted the lives of more than 160,000 homeless youth out of their Los Angeles and Bay Area locations. More than 80% of their funding comes from private donations.

The organization provides crisis care, shelter, food, clothing, and counseling to abandoned and runaway youths in the Los Angles Area. Program:Rights of PassageBudget: $2,466,583Category: HousingPopulation Served: Young Adults (20-25 years) -- currently not in use Program Description: Provides transitional home services for up to 18 months for youths, which includes education, job placement and housing Program:Community Service CenterBudget: $1,875,728Category: Human ServicesPopulation Served: Young Adults (20-25 years) -- currently not in use Program Description: Provides comprehensive services to youths who left Covenant House Crisis Center and other youths in the community who need support to maintain themselves in stable living situations. Services provided include substance abuse counseling and employment skills training. Program:OutreachBudget: $594,762Category: Human ServicesPopulation Served: Young Adults (20-25 years) -- currently not in use Program Description: Covenant House vans cruise city streets every night searching out youths and providing them with food, a trained counselor and a safe ride to the shelter. 

Dwelling In The Secret Place

PO Box 5255
Whittier, CA 90607
(562) 693-9733

Services

They believe there is a secret place in God that transends all circumstances, situations and past failures that is available to all. Their purpose is to provide shelter and supportive services in a caring environment allowing women to unfold to their full potential preparing them to become responsible, giving members of their community...and ultimately finding their own "secret place".

Full room & board; assistance with goal planning including personal, family, education and employment; emphasis on behavior modification and anger management; Life in Focus Series aimed at breaking the cycles of addition and other negative behaviors that often lead to unstable housing/homelessness, addictions; educational opportunities, job placement; drug-free recreational and leasure activities.

Family Promise Of East San Fernando Valley

PO Box 1307
Burbank, CA 91507
(818) 588-6723

Services

Family Promise of East San Fernando Valley (FP-ESFV) opened in July 2010 as one of over 160 networks across the country affiliated with Family Promise, a national non-profit organization committed to helping low-income families to achieve lasting independence. Family Promise helps mobilize communities to provide safe shelter, meals, and support services for homeless families through programs designed to redress the underlying causes of homelessness. Family Promise of the East San Fernando Valley serves the geographic area that includes North Hollywood, Burbank, Glendale, and Eagle Rock, California through the participation of an Interfaith Hospitality Network of local congregations and volunteers.

Family Promise of East San Fernando Valley is an organization that seeks to help situationally-homeless families in the East San Fernando Valley area (Burbank, Glendale, North Hollywood, Eagle Rock, etc.). They define "families" as at least one adult and at least one minor Families must demonstrate: No alcohol/drug/substance abuse No domestic violence No untreated mental illness No felony convictions

Ocean Park Community Center - Access Center

503 Olympic Blvd.
Santa Monica, CA 90401
(310) 450-4050

Services

The agency provides homeless support services for women, men, couples and families with children, including people who are undocumented. Services include bathing facilities, case/care management, general physical examinations, HIV testing, homeless drop in centers, laudry facilities, outreach programs, temporary mailing address, and welfare rights assistance. Services are restricted to SPA 5 residents. The Homeless Outreach teams provides homeless, mentally disabled people with referral services. The team provides resources to assist with employment or welfare benefits advocacy, housing, health and mental health referrals. There is a special outreach project for dually diagnosed, mentally ill substance abusers that provides case management and counseling. In addition, a veterans outreach program provides case management for homeless veterans; the Night Lite outreach program provides street youth in the West Los Angeles area with food bags and referrals to social service programs. The Swashlock program provides 75-100 homeless people with a locker, daily showers and weekly laundry room services. The program requires that members are willing to work, participate in a short term educational program and make a conscious effort towards securing employment.

Eligibility

Call or walk in for service. Case management clients are referred to and seen by in-house service providers at the access center and appointments are required.

Documents

ID is not required.

Hours

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm; Tuesday, 1:00pm to 5:00pm; and Saturday, 9:00am to 11:00am.

Area Served

West SPA 5 (SP5)

Long Beach Rescue Mission

PO Box 1969
Long Beach, CA 90801
5625911292111

Services

Long Beach Rescue Mission is a place of healing and hope serving the greater Long Beach Community by improving the quality of life of the hurting and homeless through loving and equipping them to be reconciled: to God, to themselves and their relationships, and to society.

Provide temporary housing, clothing, food, counseling services and financial assistance to homeless.

New Image Emergency Shelter For The Homeless Inc

401 E. Ocean Blvd., Suite 705
Long Beach, CA 90802
(562) 983-7289

Services

The MISSION of New Image is to: (1) decrease and (2) prevent homelessness throughout Los Angeles County by providing comprehensive Case Management and Supportive Services, housing, job search and placement, outreach, and referral services.

The Year-Round Shelter Program began April 2004. It provides two (2) hot meals and a cot to more than 400 homeless individuals (Mar 15-Nov 30, annually). Additionally, there are 15 Case Managers who provide case management services, and a complete Medical Team that provides on-site medical services and free prescription care. Through case management services, the homeless can secure housing, jobs, and be assisted with entitlement programs.

Arcadia Welfare And Thrift Shop

323 N. First St.
Arcadia, CA 91006
(626) 447-6864

Services

The agency provides motel vouchers for low-income people in the Arcadia. Vouchers for one or two nights' stay in a local motel are provided depending on available space and upon the circumstances of the caller. The agency prefers this resource be used only in cases of dire emergency. The service is restricted to Arcadia residents.

Eligibility

Walk in to apply.

Documents

ID for the head of household is required.

Hours

Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 12:00 noon. SERVICE HOURS : Intake hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 11:45am.

Area Served

Arcadia

San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission

13422 Saticoy St.
North Hollywood, CA 91605
(818) 785-4476

Services

The program provides shelter for families with children in Los Angeles County. Children 17 years and younger are accepted. The length of stay for families is 90 days. Former residents who have exhausted their 90 days may return after one year, depending on their circumstances and their past behavior at the shelter. There are no geographic restrictions. This agency provides shelter services for families only; it does not accommodate singles without children. The shelter closes from 8:30am to 3:30pm daily. The program can accommodate 28 people. Shelter is provided dormitory-style housing in one large room. Bedding, blankets and three meals a day are provided. Residents are required to abide by the rules which prohibits smoking in certain areas and the use of alcohol and drugs. Residents are also required to save 75% percentage of their income. Support services such as case management, counseling and public benefits advocacy are provided through referrals to agencies in the area that provide these services.

Eligibility

Call for a pre-screening interview. Once accepted, individuals are invited for a formal intake and are then admitted into the shelter. A drug test and TB test are also required.

Documents

Social Security cards, Birth Certificates, and Picture IDs are required.

Hours

Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 3:00pm.

Area Served

Countywide - All Zips

L.a. Family Housing

7843 Lankershim Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91605
(818) 982-4091

Services

L.A. Family Housing (LAFH) helps families and individuals transition out of homelessness and poverty through a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services.

This program assists families and individuals in securing and retaining permanent affordable housing through the following:

Children Of The Night

14530 Sylvan Street
Van Nuys, CA 91411
(111) 7-

Services

Prostitution Related Hotlines for Youth, Runaway/Youth Shelters for Sex Trade Workers

Eligibility

Youth (age 11-17) involved in prostitution

Hours

24 hours daily

Area Served

Alameda County, Contra Costa County, Marin County, Napa County, San Francisco County, San Mateo County, Solano County, Statewide, Nationwide

Children of the Night

14530 Sylvan Street
Van Nuys, CA 91411
(800) 551-1300

Services

Children of the Night serves those age 11 and older who are involved in prostitution as a way to survive the streets This agency serves girls and boys whether they are straight, bi-sexual, gay or transgender. The agency provides a 24 bed residential facility to house those rescued from prostitution, and provides help finding other housing, like foster care, treatment facilities as needed and transitional shelter. Children of the Night will provide air transportation to bring children from other parts of the country to their facility in California. Children involved in this program must be willing participants. There is a school on site and other supports to help children rebuild their lives. **Service is provided to all parts of the county and a child can call on their own behalf. Services are provided in English and Spanish.

Eligibility

Call for information or visit the website. Serves those age 11 and older.

Documents

Call for information and assistance.

Hours

24 Hours 7 Days

Children Of The Night

14530 Sylvan Street
Van Nuys, CA 91411
8189084474125

Services

                            MISSION STATEMENT     Children of the Night is a privately funded non-profit organization established in 1979 and dedicated to rescuing America’s children from the ravages of prostitution.       PROGRAM DESCRIPTION     The Children of the Night home is open to child prostitutes throughout the United States, and the Children of the Night hotline is ready and able to rescue these children 24 hours a day.  They provide free taxi/airline transportation nationwide for America’s child prostitutes who wish to escape prostitution and live in their home.       Their hotline staff works closely with law enforcement to rescue children from vile, dominating pimps.       Their home features an on-site school and college placement program.  After youngsters complete their rigorous and comprehensive program of academic and life-skills education, caseworkers are available to provide ongoing case management to hundreds of graduates.       In 2011, Dr. Lois Lee, Founder & President of Children of the Night, created “Children of the Night With Out Walls” (WOW)  introducing programs from the Children of the Night shelter home to underfunded and undeveloped shelters and their clients throughout America.        WOW is a cost effective means of providing resources to America’s teens who are forced to live on the streets.       Children of the Night trained, skilled, expert staff provides shelters across the nation sophisticated case management, educational programs, legal services, professional volunteers, fundraising expertise and in-kind donations.           WOW offers  teenagers living on the streets of their cities access to birth certificates, school records, social security cards, government issued photo identification, transportation to critical social services, case management, résumé preparation, job placement, parenting support, and educational services including academic assessments, and preparation, tutoring and support services to test for the GED (General Education Diploma).           Children and young people No Longer have to be Under 18 years of age     to receive their comprehensive social services.      To access “WOW” or any of their services contact     Their 24 Htheir Nationwide Toll Free Hotline at 1 800 551 1300.      

Children of the Night is a privately funded non-profit organization established in 1979 and dedicated to rescuing America?s children from the ravages of prostitution. The Children of the Night home is open to child prostitutes throughout the United States, and the Children of the Night hotline is ready and able to rescue these children 24 hours a day. Their hotline staff works closely with law enforcement to rescue children from vile, dominating pimps. Their home features an on-site school and college placement program. After youngsters complete their rigorous and comprehensive program of academic and life-skills education, caseworkers are available to provide ongoing case management to hundreds of graduates.

Glendora Welfare Association

P.o. Box 218
Glendora, CA 91741
(626) 857-1181

Services

The program provides shelter services to people in Glendora who are experiencing an emergency. Services include homeless motel vouchers and specialized information and referral. Services are restricted to Glendora residents. Vouchers are good for one night of shelter. Assistance is provided in extreme emergencies only. The program also provides shelter and other information and referral for callers who live outside of the Glendora area.

Eligibility

Call for information.

Hours

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9:00am to 1:00pm.

Area Served

Glendora

Wiseplace

1411 N. Broadway
Santa Ana, CA 92706
714542357722

Services

The WISEPlace mission is to inspire, support, and empower women to become contribuiting members of the community. 

  WISEPlace is a transitional housing program for homeless women from throughout Orange County. WISEPlace offers programs that help transition homeless and destitute women back into a productive place in their community. Their programs correspond to the ftheir major groups of women that are served:   “Steps to Independence” targets women who are victims of domestic violence, are recovering from drug and/or alcohol abuse or who have been referred by an emergency shelter program. Increasingly, it also serves women who have survived a devastating financial reversal. Along with safe and affordable housing, residents receive a variety of support services including case management, financial literacy training, employment assistance, clothing, meals, transportation, individual and group counseling and referrals to medical resources;“First Step” targets the growing number of young women who emancipate from the foster care system and are literally landing on the streets with no support system and very few survival skills. “First Step” provides the same services as their “Steps to Independence” program along with more intensive life-skills training and mentoring opportunities;“Senior Step” provides solutions to the health and job related challenges facing senior, homeless women. “Senior Step” provides the same services as the “Steps to Independence” program along with helping the program participants create a secure future for themselves. “Positive Step” provides second stage housing for up to 5 WISEPlace graduates for up to two years, continuing their transition to self-sufficiency. Positive Step is the newest WISEPlace program and serves women with the most intensive service needs; women that have been chronically homeless with a contributing condition such as mental illness or drug abuse. All supportive services received while at WISEPlace continue for residents of Positive Step.    Through the Steps to Independence program, WISEPlace serves more than 80 women per year. 

Mercy House Transitional Living Center

PO Box 1905
Santa Ana, CA 92702
7148367188106

Services

Mercy House strives to be the leader in ending homelessness by providing a unique system of dignified housing alternatives, programs and supportive services.

Mercy House offers a continuum of care of services including Homeless Prevention, Emergency Services, Transitional Shelter and Housing with Supportive Services.

The Salvation Army Southern California

818 East 3rd Street
Santa Ana, CA 92701
(714) 542-9576

Services

Provides emergency shelter for men. Services for shelter guests includes access to showers, and breakfast and dinner services.

Eligibility

Serves: , Felons, Single Men

Documents

Picture ID

Hours

Intake: Sign-in for beds begins at 3:30 pm First intake is at 4:00 pm Last intake is 5:00 pm; may be extended to 7:00 pm, please call for more information Note: No one is allowed on the property before 3:00 pm. Case worker hours: 10:00 am-1:30 pm Tuesday and Thursday (except for December, please call for more information) Single men may stay 14 days, 30 days between stays

First Step House Orange County

2015 Charle Street
Costa Mesa, CA 92627
(949) 642-2941

Services

Provides a short-term, non-medical, residential facility for men recovering from alcoholism Provides support, room, board, toiletries, and clothing.

Eligibility

Serves: , Felons, Single MenOther

Documents

Picture ID

Hours

Hours vary, please call for information.

Veterans First

1540 East Edinger Ave
Santa Ana, CA 92705
(714) 547-0615

Services

Veterans First mission is to honor every brave man or woman who has served this country in the United Sates Military by helping to restore dignity to those whose sacrifices defending the freedoms that they cherish have left them in need. Every person who raises their hand and takes the pledge to defend their country is a hero. Until there are no American heroes sleeping in the streets, in cars, parks or in alleys, they will be here for them just as they were there for all of us.

Their staff is comprised of veterans, who are trained and experienced in dealing with homeless issues. The programs consist of Veterans Outreach, wherein they seek out homeless veterans to share information about services available to them from their program and the Veterans Administration. Transitional Housing, a 24-month program, which gives homeless veterans a place to call home while they work on issues as legal, employment, family, re-training, disability counseling, benefit applications, and VA Health Programs. They currently have 36-beds for employable veterans and 30-beds for disabled veterans. Their Veterans Services Center, which is available to any veteran or their family members, provides computers, internet, telephones, faxes, etc. to assist veterans achieve employment. Permanent Housing, this assisted living facility with 24-beds is for formerly homeless disabled veterans. Finally, they provide food boxes and essential services to veterans and their families who are not in their housing program but need assistance.

Orange County Rescue Mission

One Hope Drive
Tustin, CA 92782
(714) 247-4300

Services

Provides a transitional living facility with self-sufficiency programs The average length of stay is between 12 and 24 months.

Eligibility

Serves: Sobriety RequiredEmployment or Employability Required, Felons, Pregnant, Single Men, Single Women, Single Men With Children, Single Women With Children, Couples With Children, Couples With No ChildrenOther

Documents

Picture IDSocial Security Card or NumberBirth CertificateOther

Hours

Hours vary, please call for information.

Homeaid America Inc

20201 Sw Birch Street
Newport Beach, CA 92660
949258085013

Services

Mission: To build and maintain dignified housing where homeless families and individuals can rebuild their lives. 

HomeAid America creates local chapters across the nation, which inspire homebuilders (builder captains) and their subcontractors, suppliers, and consultants to donate labor, materials, and services. The effect is that each chapter renovates or constructs 1-2 shelters per year for their local community, which are operated by existing, qualified, community-based non-profit service providers.

Faces Of Slavery, Inc.

Call For Address
Chino, CA 91708
(855) 690-4860

Services

Programs: Multi-service organization that provides rescue, food, shelter, clothing, education, counseling, medical and dental care, life skills training, witness protection, and most of all, love and support, to victims of child exploitation or sexual slavery. Target Group: Exploited youth under age 17.

Eligibility

Exploited youth under age 17 willing to come to program.

Hours

24 hours/day, 7 days/week.

South Antelope Valley Emergency Services

1002 Avenue Q-12
Palmdale, CA 93550
(661) 267-5191
(661) 267-5167

Services

The program provides shelter services to families with minor children, in Acton, Green Valley, Lake Elizabeth, Lake Hughes, Lake Los Angeles, Leona Valley, Littlerock, Llano, Palmdale and Pearblossom, including people who are homeless or undocumented. Services include motel vouchers. The program also accepts single adults who are seniors or disabled on a case-by-case basis. People who receive CalWorks or GR assistance are eligible for assistance with a referral from their DPSS eligibility worker. Service is restricted to Acton, Green Valley, Lake Elizabeth, Lake Hughes, Lake Los Angeles, Leona Valley, Littlerock, Llano, Palmdale and Pearblossom residents.

Eligibility

Call to apply.

Documents

ID for all family members and proof of income are required. If applicants receives TANF, a written referral from their eligibility worker stating that they have exhausted all other options, including Homeless Assistance, is required.

Hours

Monday through Thursday, 8:00am to 5:00pm.

Area Served

Acton (AN) Elizabeth Lake (LIM) Llano (LL) Littlerock (LR) Lake Hughes (LU) Pearblossom (PB) Palmdale (PD) Lake Los Angeles (PDA) Green Valley (SGG)

A Place Along The Way

1615 W Carter St
Bloomington, CA 92316
(909) 200-6893

Services

It is their mission to improve the lives of the youth, and their families, by educating and displaying a life free from addiction, crime and homelessness, to enhance personal, social and economic development and enable their youth to lead mature, responsible, healthy, independent adult lives.

Emergency Shelter Mentor program