Community Resources, Programs|

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  

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