Places We’ve Visited



Where underserved youth are empowered to take ownership of the quality and direction of their lives through programs in education, arts, and well-being.

A New Way of Life

Reentry Project provides housing, case management, pro bono legal services, advocacy and leadership development for women rebuilding their lives after prison.


Transitional housing shelter for women and women with children. We also provide resources for the community and past resident services.


Assisted & independent living for seniors.



Support, therapeutic services & guidance to at-risk children and their families.

BELL SHELTER (Salvation army)

Bell Shelter operates a comprehensive program that offers interim housing with supportive services for up to 500 single men and women who are experiencing homelessness. Our primary goals are to meet the emergency needs of our clients and to address the underlying issues that contributed to their homeless condition by supporting their achievement of a higher quality of life through greater self-reliance, increased income, and increased housing stability.


The Unit, Personal, and Family Readiness Program (UPFRP) is a unit centric program, guided by the Family Readiness Command Team that reinforces the relationship between the unit and the services relevant to the unit, the unit members, and their families. The primary goal of UPFRP is to empower Marines and family members, providing them the opportunities to not just survive but to thrive while taking on the challenges of the military lifestyle. The program is supported by Deployment Readiness Coordinators (DRC) or Uniformed Readiness Coordinators (URC) who implement the Commander's family readiness vision, manage the tenets of the UPFRP, and assist unit Marines, Sailors and families maintain a constant state of family readiness.


Provides a home to pregnant women in crisis a loving home.


Comunidad Cesar Chavez Women’s Shelter 

Major provider of emergency shelter and supportive services for homeless families in East Los Angeles. With 140 beds for children and their parents


Chrysalis is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a pathway to self-sufficiency for homeless and low-income individuals by providing the resources and support needed to find and retain employment.


We are committed to lasting substance abuse recovery & sober living. Offering drug & alcohol addiction care in Santa Monica, CA.


Here to change the lives of individuals and families and strengthen communities affected by alcohol, substance use, and behavioral health issues by providing proven and effective treatment, education, research, and training.

DAYBREAK (Ocean Park Community Center)

Interim housing & day program offering services to homeless women living with mental illness.



 Family resource center in Boston.


 Permanent supportive housing to end homelessness for women. holistic approach.


1st l.a. county women’s residential program & substance use disorder residential treatment program that allows women to bring children into treatment.



Transitional shelter for single women with children under the age of 10.

A community of Friends

ACOF was the first agency to successfully implement the permanent supportive housing model throughout LA County. We are one of only a handful of agencies that offer supportive and service-enriched affordable housing for homeless individuals and families living with mental illness in Los Angeles County.

39 West

39West Apartments is a 34-unit building comprised of studios apartments that house 33 formerly homeless individuals living with mental illness. All of the tenants are also dually diagnosed. 39 West is one of two buildings in the San-West Health & Housing Collaborative, a pilot program that integrates primary care with mental health services, alcohol and drug addiction services and case management in permanent supportive housing.

Las Palomas

Las Palomas is a 62 unit building of which 61 units are studio apartments for low income individuals. Fifty units are also targeted to formerly homeless individuals living with mental illness.

Face Forward

Face Forward’s mission is to provide emotional support and reconstructive surgery for women, children and men who have been victims of Domestic Violence, Human Trafficking or any Cruel Acts of Crime.


Provides hope, training & support to formerly gang-involved/previously incarcerated men & women.

HOPE GARDENS(union rescue mission)

A haven from the streets for women and children experiencing homelessness.



 House of Hope is dedicated to helping women regain their lives, spirit, and purpose in life. House of Hope team provides a unique and successful program that embraces the 12-step philosophy. Included in the program are individual counseling, family group counseling and interactive groups such as anger management, PTSD, grief and loss, relapse prevention, parenting, domestic violence, conflict resolution, self-awareness and communication enhancement.


Jenesse’s mission is to provide victims of domestic violence and their children with a comprehensive centralized base of support that is culturally responsive, and ensures their transition from immediate crisis to stability and self-sufficiency. Jenesse seeks to prevent and end the cycle of domestic violence through youth programming, education, public awareness and outreach initiatives, public policy and advocacy strategies and collaboration with key partners.

NAOMI HOUSE (salvation army) 

The Naomi House provides homeless women veterans with access to emergency shelter, transitional housing and a wide array of supportive services.

Our goal is to help homeless women overcome their individual challenges and achieve stability and self-sufficiency.  We provide encouragement for women veterans as they work to attain employable skills, establish financial stability, secure stable employment and obtain permanent housing.


PATH is ending homelessness for individuals, families, and communities. We do this by building affordable housing and providing supportive services throughout California.

PATH apt 21

Our mission is to end homelessness for individuals, families, and communities. PATH envisions a world where every person has a home. Our values include creative collaborations, strategic leadership, empowerment for all, and passionate commitment.


Helps homeless & low income individuals and families.


Located in the heart of the NoHo Arts District, the 49-unit development provides safe, permanent housing for low-income seniors, formerly homeless, and homeless individuals. The building was designed to foster a supportive environment for a special needs population with community spaces, abundant landscaping, and on-site case management services.


Prototypes is a lifeline to women who are struggling with addiction and other serious issues such as domestic violence and mental illness. Many of these women are mothers who face an impossible choice: give up their children to foster care or a guardian, or continue to suffer.


Through compassionate care, comprehensive wraparound services and individualized case management, TheSamaritan Center restores lives and creates a new future for the homeless.


Mission is to eliminate homelessness among low income families with minor children by providing housing and supportive services.


Our Mission: The successful transition of military veterans and their families through the provision of housing, counseling, career development and comprehensive support. U.S.VETS is proud to be recognized as a national leader in providing housing, employment and mental health services to veterans.


VVSD has served all veterans since 1981 and is dedicated to “Leave No One Behind.” With five locations throughout San Diego County, VVSD is the only program of its kind in the United States and is nationally recognized as the leader in serving homeless military veterans. Each year VVSD provides services to more than 3,000 military veterans throughout the County of San Diego.

Mission: Veterans Village of San Diego serves America’s veterans in overcoming homelessness and related challenges.


Serving clients with mental health and substance use disorder issues at various residential and outpatient facilities throughout California, including in-custody treatment programs and services for people transitioning back into their communities.


The Weingart Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency that provides homeless individuals with the basic skills necessary to stabilize their lives, secure income, and find permanent housing. Our mission is to empower and transform lives by delivering innovative solutions to break the cycle of homelessness. As one of the best comprehensive human services organizations in the western United States, we are committed to establishing a world in which all people have and maintain a high-quality productive life.