Community Resources, Programs|

We help families avoid homelessness. evictoin prevention, relocation support, legal services, financial coaching. For more information about the solid ground program please call: All peoples community center, southeast, 213 747-6357. Barrio Action Youth & Family Center, El Sereno/Lincoln Heights, 323-221-0779. El centro de ayuda, boyle heights, 323-526-9301, New economics for women, van nuys, 818-786-4098, P.F. bresee foundation, wilshire, 213-387-2822. volunteers of america los angeles, hollywood, 323-364-8663. Must live in the city of los angeles and meet income guidelines.
Ayudamos a familias evitar la perdida de vivienda. Prevencion de desalojo, apoyo de reubicacion, servicios legales, entrenamiento financiero. para mas informacion sobre el programa de tierra solida por favor llame: All peoples community center, southeast, 213 747-6357. Barrio Action Youth & Family Center, El Sereno/Lincoln Heights, 323-221-0779. El centro de ayuda, boyle heights, 323-526-9301, New economics for women, van nuys, 818-786-4098, P.F. bresee foundation, wilshire, 213-387-2822. volunteers of america los angeles, hollywood, 323-364-8663. debe vivir en la ciudad de los angeles y cumplir con las pautas de ingresos.

FamilySource

The FamilySource System is comprised of a network of 16 one-stop community centers, known as FamilySource Centers (FSC). The FSCs are located in high need areas of the City and provide a myriad of braided social, educational, work and family support services designed to assist low-income families to become more self-sufficient by increasing family income and academic achievement for youth and adults.

Who FamilySource Centers Serve?

Low-income city residents with primary focus on families with children in middle and/or high school.

Free Services Include:  

  • Multi-Benefit Screening
  • Information and Referral
  • Case Management
  • Financial Education and Coaching
  • Credit Building
  • Income Tax Preparation
  • Incentivized Savings Programs
  • Adult Education
  • Computer Literacy
  • ESL Classes 
  • Pre-Employment and Employment Support
  • Immigration Services
  • Parenting Classes
  • College Corner
  • Tutoring
  • Mentoring
  • Leadership Training
  • Art & Cultural Activities
  • Civic Engagement
  • Child Support Referral

What you need to bring to access services:

  • Proof you live in the City of Los Angeles
  • Proof of Income
  • Please be sure to contact the center in your neighborhood to learn more about the services, programs, and events it provides as they may differ slightly by center.

FamilySource Centers:

Boyle Heights*
El Centro de Ayuda 
(323) 526-9301 
 
El Sereno/Lincoln Heights*
Barrio ActionYouth & Family Center 
(323) 221-0779 
 
Echo Park/Cypress Park 
El Centro del Pueblo 
(213) 483-6335 
 
Hollywood* 
Volunteers of America 
(323) 836-0055 
 
North Valley 
New Economics for Women 
(818) 887-3872  
 
Pacoima 
El Nido Family Centers 
(818) 896-7776 
 
Southeast*
All People’s Community Center 
(213) 747-6357 
 
Southeast/Watts 
Watts Labor Community Action Committee 
(323) 357-6262 
 
 Southwest 
El Nido Family Center 
(323) 998-0093 
Southwest/Florence 
The Children’s Collective, Inc. 
(323) 789-4717 
 
Van Nuys* 
New Economics for Women 
(818) 786-4098  
 
West Adams 
1736 Family Crisis Center 
(323) 737-3900 
 
Westlake/Pico-Union 
Central City Neighborhood Partners 
(213) 482-8618 
 
West Los Angeles 
Latino Resource Organization 
(310) 578-6069 
 
Wilmington/San Pedro 
Toberman Neighborhood Center 
(310) 832-1145 ext. 106 
 
Wilshire* 
P.F. Bresee Foundation 
(213) 387-2822  

*Indicates participating FSCs for the Homelessness Prevention Program, helping families avoid homelessness through eviction prevention, legal or relocation support.

Solid Ground Homelessness Prevention Program (HPP) FAQ:

The Solid Ground HPP helps prevent new cases of homelessness by stabilizing housing and working with households to build a more financially secure future. The program can help you reduce debt, build or establish credit, save and build a monthly budget that can work for you and your family.

  • Emergency rental assistance
  • Utility assistance
  • General housing assistance
  • Financial Coaching
  • Legal services
  • Mediation and/or landlord dispute resolution services
  • Referrals to public assistance benefits and other community resources
  • Referral and linkage to other services (e.g., social service programs, pre-employment and employment support, mental health counseling)

To receive HPP services, you must:

  1. Live within the City of Los Angeles.
  2. Be at or below 50% of the Area Median Income (AMI),
  3. Be at imminent risk of homelessness (delinquent on rent) or the risk of homelessness (facing a financial hardship that could result in homelessness, but not imminently at risk of becoming homeless, i.e., not delinquent on rent, but show a financial hardship that can
    lead you to become delinquent on rent).

Yes, but financial assistance is limited.

No, HPP will not affect you or your family from receiving or continued use of public benefits such as Cal-Fresh, Cal-Works, SSI, SSDI, or other local, state, or federal supported programs.

Eight locations currently offer HPP services. See which agency is nearest your area. For more detailed information, call your local agencies directly:

All Peoples Community Center (Southeast):
Phone: (213) 747-6357

Barrio Action Youth & Family Center (El Sereno/Lincoln Heights):
Phone: (323) 221-0779

Central City Neighborhood Partners (Westlake/Pico-Union):
Phone: (213) 482-8618

El Centro de Ayuda (Boyle Heights):
Phone: (323) 526-9301

El Nido Family Center (Southwest):
Phone: (323) 998-0093

New Economics for Women (Van Nuys):
Phone: (818) 786-4098

P.F Bresee Foundation (Wilshire):
Phone: (213) 387-2822

Volunteers of America Los Angeles (Hollywood):
Phone: (323) 364-8663

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